Overcoming Common Entrepreneur Problems
There are many things that you can learn from being persistent. Find out how to breath life into your vision. Adapt essential tips to move your business forward and keep it on course.The New Economy of Entrepreneurship: How the Computer Age Has Changed How We Earn a Living, Part 5
Eric Worre, entrepreneur, researcher, and film maker, related the conclusions of his most recent documentary, Rise of the Entrepreneur, “In our search for a better way to make a living, we’ve come to the conclusion, that becoming an entrepreneur is actually safer than being an employee. And through our look at the entrepreneurial options, one particular path kept coming up from expert after expert. And I think most people will find it surprising, because it’s certainly a non-traditional business model. That model is for people to start their own business and become an entrepreneur through the creation of a network marketing business.”Using Entrepreneurship to Prepare for Retirement
Financial stability in retirement requires more than receiving standard government pensions and many people reach retirement age too financially insolvent to actually retire. There are many “on the side” opportunities one can take to build a second income stream prior to retirement. This article raises awareness of these issues, pushes the reader to take action and offers suggestions on actions that could be taken to better prepare beforehand.5 Surefire Tips to Help You Evaluate Business Opportunities
No matter if you are bootstrapping your small business from the ground up, or if you are purchasing an existing company or franchise, it is important to evaluate the businesses potential, as well as your ability to make it run effectively. Your investigation should be thorough, giving adequate attention to both the risks and benefits of each opportunity you consider. Here are a few tips to help guide your way in making the most informed business decision and ensuring your success!Saying Goodbye to Clients
There are good ways and bad ways to end a client relationship. Here are some does and don’ts.The Fears of a New Client
As a client, understanding your fears when hiring a coach can be helpful in making your decision. As a coach, understanding a new client’s fears can help you in assisting them work through these fears.The New Economy of Entrepreneurship: How the Computer Age Has Changed How We Earn a Living, Part 3
Two years ago, Ted Siedle wrote a piece for Forbes Magazine entitled, “The Greatest Retirement Crisis In American History.” He wrote, “We are on the precipice of the greatest retirement crisis in the history of the world. ‘In the decades to come, we will witness millions of elderly Americans, the Baby Boomers and others, slipping into poverty. Too frail to work, too poor to retire will become the “new normal” for many elderly Americans.”Can a Law Firm Practice Conscious Capitalism?
Conscious Capitalism has been a hot trend in the business community for years. Can this trend spread to the legal industry? This article briefly discusses what Conscious Capitalism is and how it can be practiced in the legal industry.A Focus on Quality Series: A Spotlight on Social Entrepreneurship
This article is adapted from a speech on the subject of Entrepreneurial studies. Social entrepreneurship is an important component of business.Five Ways to Write Better Emails! Increase Your Productivity and Unclutter Your Inbox
Emails are without a doubt, one of the most effective ways to communicate and a valuable collaboration tool. And for start ups it’s even more important as improper crafting of emails can lead to an unnecessary confusion and resentment between senders and receivers. A recent survey was done by Sendmail, Inc suggests that while 92% of users said that emails are an important tool, but at the same time 64% of them said that it also more than often generates unintended anger or confusion. Statistics that are even more hysterical are the ones published by Pulp-PR, which suggested that businesses worldwide suffer, a total of $650 billion in losses due to unnecessary emails.From Being Robbed to an Empire of Rs. 30 Crore – The Inspiring Tale of Prem Ganapathy
This is a tale of an entrepreneur who came to the city of dreams “Mumbai” to support his family and faced a setback on his very first encounter with a Mumbaikar. Mr. Prem Ganapathy completed his education up to class 10 in Nagalapuram in Tamil Nadu’s Tuticorin district. He did have ambitions to study further, but since he had to support his family, which comprised of his parents and seven siblings he had to go to Chennai for work. All he managed there were odd jobs that fetched him around Rs. 250 each month, which he would send back home.The Nomadic Worker’s Mobile Office
Many people dream of working when they want and where they want, but is this really possible? Can you fit your office into a small bag and still remain in contact with your office? Can you run a business from the beach, a coffee shop or hotel room? Certainly you can and here is how you set up your office.