Posts From John Lombard

Alter Your Ego, Alter Your Business

Last month’s article was all about scalability and bottlenecks, and after having touched on the issue of ego, let’s delve deeper as we discuss this in greater detail this month.

A Different Perspective in China

Perspective is important in virtually all aspects of life. On the topic of expat life in China, many of us have our own expectations and perceptions on what that should

Stop Being Your Own Bottleneck

Wondering where one of the biggest bottlenecks in business first occurs? And how to eliminate it? Scalability is one key factor that determines a business and how it grows. I’ve

Some Might Fail to See This

In business, failure isn’t something negative but something necessary. Not only that, but the way that you look at your failures and how to deal with them can be the

Mastering Your Business

Are you an entrepreneur who has a business, but is unsure where to take it? Perhaps you’re looking for new ideas and suggestions for your business? Or even facing difficulties?

Truth of Entrepreneurial Ideal

The success of your business does not need to rely on your presence! Despite seeming like a foreign concept, the best type of business is one that does not need

Women In Charge: The Curious World of China’s Mosuo Society

You have stumbled upon a culture where women are the leaders and there is no marriage. Here, uncles, rather than biological fathers, take the role of “father.” This is a

Is Your Opinion As Valid As Mine?

Having a disagreement with someone is the best way to Find out if you’re wrong about something. And there’s no better way to learn something new. I love debating. Not

Tapping Into the Communications Genius

By now, you’ve gone to countless business meetups. In your office rest stacks of business cards, but how much do they really help you? What if every contact you made,

When Reading Isn’t Believing

Famed US President Abraham Lincoln once said that you shouldn’t always believe everything you read on the Internet—and he was right. Of course, the Internet wasn’t around during his time,