Posts Tagged with "Business Success"

5 Ways to Compete in a Crowded Field

Friday, March 1, 2013

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Be noticed, stay nimble, and get customers. If you want to start your own business in a field with a lot of contenders, or you’re the company that has had competition crop up around them like weeds, take note. Here are some great ways to keep your company agile in a changing market place, and […]

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Swim, Bike, Run: How Starting a Business is Like a Triathalon

Thursday, December 27, 2012

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Halfway through the triathtlon’s final leg, a 26.2-mile run, your body begins to break down. By now, you can’t even remember why you decided to do this in the first place — your weekly hour-long bike seems far superior to this misery, but now even that may be in question. In some small cavern of […]

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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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Sow Quality Service, Reap Great Profit

Saturday, September 19, 2009

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An essential principle of business success is Sow Quality Service, Reap Great Profit. If you really want to be rich in life, you must change your orientation from that of a grabber to that of a giver. Instead of thinking and devising ways of getting more from your customers, think and device ways of giving […]

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Can You Still Trust Your Banker?

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

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Can you still trust your banker? I know that sounds like a foolish question, but hear me out first. As an Entrepreneur, I agree w to the fact that my business success team will not be complete without a trustworthy banker. Unfortunately, entrepreneurs in Nigeria, are being made to doubt if really the bankers  actually […]

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