Posts Tagged with "Successful Entrepreneur"

Starting a Business on Credit: The Forbidden Financier

Thursday, April 4, 2013


If you search for entrepreneurship advice online, it won’t take long to find experts shouting to avoid credit cards. They may cite the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, which found that every $1,000 of credit card debt increases the probability that a firm will fail by 2.2%, or financial radio show host Dave Ramsey, who claims […]

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Goal Setting As An Entrepreneur

Wednesday, January 16, 2013


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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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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Earning Employees’ Loyalty

Tuesday, March 2, 2010


Earning Employees’ Loyalty Why are employees referred to by companies as being the greatest asset? The answer is simple, machines, equipment, tools etc no matter how automated they are still need human beings to operate them. A seasoned human resources manager understands that the success of the company is dependent more on the loyalty of […]

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When A Client Goofs, how do you handle it?

Wednesday, September 23, 2009


When a client goofs, how do you handle it? Every successful entrepreneur understand that the phrase “The Client is always right” is a mere political statement to boost the ego of the client. Often times the client is ignorant and dead wrong. But who dare say that to his face. Since the client is the one […]

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