Entrepreneur and confidence

April 23, 2014

As an entrepreneur or small business owner, life is obviously more difficult when compared to that which comes with a job. For the people who left their high paying careers and moved into entrepreneurship, memories of getting a paycheck every month seems like nostalgia. Whether you are an experienced person trying to become an entrepreneur [...]

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Do you really want to be an entrepreneur?

March 18, 2014

If you want to start your own business or enterprise, you would have already asked this question to yourself plenty of times. You don’t need the “it” factor. All you need is commitment, dream and hard work. Let me help you with some pointers that will help you decide, if you are ready for entrepreneurship. [...]

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Does entrepreneurship really promote inequality?

March 11, 2014

In a recent article on Entrepreneurship on inequality, the author of the article argued that entrepreneurship actually promotes inequality. Does entrepreneurship really is about inequality? If one looks within a narrow angle and conclude that successful entrepreneurs make billions while those working under hardship s of employment hardly make any money, yes entrepreneurship promotes inequality. [...]

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Business Planning for entrepreneurs

March 7, 2014

Today’s slide from Slide Share talks about business planning. It has good points on SWOT analysis ( my favorite ) Business Strategy A little bit of Project Management Enjoy!!! This presentation is by Richard Gabel

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Five useful skills an entrepreneur needs to develop

February 18, 2014
Five Useful Skills for entreprenur

Entrepreneur faces all kind of scenarios. On one hand, there are troubling questions of product creation, cost management, customer acquisition etc. , on the other hand there are opportunities, possibilities and excitement. To meet the demands of tough life of entrepreneurship, here are following five skills useful to any entrepreneur. #1 : Patience –lots of [...]

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When entrepreneur gets sick

November 29, 2013

Recently I had to undergo an operation. It was sudden and I had no time to prepare for it. Fortunately it was a short operation.  The post operation pain was enormous though and it was impossible for me to work on my blog or any thing else. Entrepreneurs do get sick and unlike a salaried [...]

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Going out of the way

October 30, 2013

What are the objective of consultant , salesman or a CEO of a company? To sell things and to make money, of course. The secondary ( and equally important ) objective is to make them come back for more. Most of the consultant, companies and salesmen lose out exactly after that first sale. Take for [...]

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Running after the fads

October 1, 2013

If you own a blog , you are often enticed by the deceptively sweet  emails that promise to take your blog to the top position on the web or get the best When you run a business, often a few people not with your best interest at heart, lure you into investing thousands of dollars [...]

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Six reasons why your product may sell inspite of the competition

July 23, 2013

It takes a Herculean effort to conceptualize and create a new product. The uncertainty, the comments from people who are divided into “It will work ” and “It won’t” becomes energy draining.  Some people will point out that market is littered with such products , while others say that there is a need for another [...]

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Terra Cotta Pendants–A site successfully gone live

July 16, 2013

Recently I assisted Lori Gosselin who is a great friend of mine ( She has a powerful, popular blog at Life for Instance ) to migrate Terra Cotta Pendants , a site that she owns. The site sells Pendants which when used with essential oil bring good luck to you. Initially the site was using [...]

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