*No magic secrets, or other guru nonsense. Just the 7 'weird' experiments that took me from a £1,750 Prince's Trust loan to a Dragons' Den Winning company and inspiring 1,000,000+ kids.
(& how they might just massively help YOU) 😉
"Starting a business, particularly if you are young and don’t have any money and contacts, is unbelievably tough,” says Wileman, who worked as a science educator before becoming an entrepreneur. “You don’t want to sound like you’re moaning about stuff, but it’s unbelievably difficult. The first year I probably worked 15 hours a day, seven days a week and didn’t take a day off for 12 months.
But that hard work paid off. Today the business he started in 2008 brings in seven-figure revenue—and Wileman is gunning to hit a big goal: Making science “awesome” for 1 million children at the company’s parties. He has 560,000 kids to go"
Check out the rest over on Forbes
I was honured to share some awesome science experiments with millions on ITV This Morning!
It was a privilege to share a few ideas with some awesome humans with my very own TEDx Talk. Testing > Talent.
The media has been awesome at helping good ideas to spread.
Why More Young People Should Set Up Their Own Business
Nothing in this world is ever easy. To achieve your goals and be successful you need drive, determination, support and a little bit of luck. Becoming self-employed is no exception. When I first had the idea of Sublime Science, which recently featured on BBC 2's Dragons' Den, I was extremely excited but also daunted by the task that I'd set myself. As is the case with so many other entrepreneurs I've met on my journey so far, once the idea got into my head - it was impossible to let it go.
Check out the rest over on the Huffington Post