I used to think that rationing praise was a good thing and I’d only praise people if they really excelled. My default for a number of years was to be stingy with praise.
Being an entrepreneur can be an intense journey. Last week I closed my first business, Nourish’d Kitchen, after a year and a half of ups and downs.
For 18 months, I worked tirelessly to build my first startup Nourish’d. We built a food-tech platform delivering food to businesses from our bedroom with no tech, startup, food or delivery experience and about £300 of seed money.