Posts Tagged with "Business Enterprises"

Goal Setting As An Entrepreneur

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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Every entrepreneur has a vision. Some visions are better than others, but even bad visions can turn into something special. If the entrepreneur pays attention to market conditions and measures the company’s progress compared to the vision, many opportunities will be created.  This explains why entrepreneurs must be flexible. The ability to adapt to the […]

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Who’s the Boss? Starting Your Own Business

Thursday, November 15, 2012

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Take a second and close your eyes. Think about your dream job. What do you see? Are you a restaurant owner or the owner of a ballet studio? Are you painting in your own studio or running your own daycare? Before you run and quit your day job, think about what it takes to start […]

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Small Business Ideas With No Financial Investment

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

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It has become natural that for launching any kind of business you need to invest a small amount of money, which depends upon the kind of field you’re going into. Do you want to increase your income by starting a small scale business? You don’t want to invest any money in starting up the business? […]

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How To Choose A Web Hosting Company

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

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How To Choose A Web Hosting Company If you are wondering how to choose a web hosting company, then read this article. There are thousands of web hosting companies doing business online. Each one have mouth watering hosting packages and makes reassuring promises to keep your business online 24/7. Making a choice among these can […]

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Create Wealth From Real Assets Not Accounting Entries!

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

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Does your business create true wealth by building assets and adding real value to the society? Does your business create wealth from accounting entries? What really does your business contribute to the society? Please do not get me wrong. Services such as medical practice is considered as real value adding products in the context of […]

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