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50 Business Ideas for Writing Entrepreneurs

50 Business Ideas for Writing Entrepreneurs Avatar Posted by bigmoneyweb under Startups
From http://smallbiztrends.com 4 days ago
Made Hot by: MarketWiz on September 24, 2016 3:06 am
If you love writing, you very well could be destined for entrepreneurship. There are so many different businesses that revolve around writing. So if you have the skills and the desire to write for a living, here are some business ideas that could be perfect for you. Read More
As an entrepreneur looking for an idea, it makes sense to explore problem areas within your knowledge comfort zone, but when you are building a business with the solution, you have to stretch your comfort zone to keep up with the market and stay ahead of competitors. I haven’t found a successful an Read More
Certain aspects of working for a company—like keeping your boss happy and navigating office politics—lose their utility when you’re on your own. Here are six lessons learned by one entrepreneur who made the switch. Read More

Walk In The Shoes Of Your Boss To Excel In Business

Walk In The Shoes Of Your Boss To Excel In Business Avatar Posted by martinzwilling under Startups
From http://blog.startupprofessionals.com 6 days ago
Made Hot by: LoopLooper on September 21, 2016 11:41 am
One of the things I’ve learned in working with aspiring entrepreneurs is that managing and leading a team is a scary venture into the unknown for many people, even if they have worked as a business professional for years. Having worked in my own career on both sides of the fence at various times, I Read More
Yes, business process outsourcing is something that Coca-Cola does and spends millions on and something Vodafone uses IBM for to build its customer-related IT requirements, but it’s also for anyone and everyone.
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Entrepreneurs have always believed that their product or service must show real value to customers, but today the smart ones are even able to make their marketing valuable. The days are gone when marketing was all “pushing product.” Now customers seek out people who are willing and able to add valu Read More
Most startup ideas begin in the mind of an individual, but an idea is not a business. It takes a team, with effective leadership, to build a business. Many aspiring entrepreneurs default to team leadership by domination and control. Yet in my experience, the best entrepreneurs quickly learn the art Read More

What a day of an entrepreneur looks like?

What a day of an entrepreneur looks like? Avatar Posted by karolzielinski under Startups
From http://karolzielinski.com 10 days ago
Made Hot by: justretweet on September 19, 2016 1:22 am
There are lots of stereotypes of it. Let me tell you something about a typical day of an entrepreneur. Read More
Your company is never too small to consider business process reengineering. At its heart, BPR is something enterprises do. When an uptick of just 2% efficiency could mean a few million in extra profit next year, you better give that thing a title and formalize it as a field of study! Read More
Breaking free from the traditional workforce, venturing out on your own and becoming your own boss is certainly not for the faint of heart. There’s a world of risk, uncertainty, ups and downs and challenges to face. Do you have what it takes? Read More

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With a background in engineering, Bernd Geropp founded his first company, a German tech firm, at age 32 with a … More
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