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How to Be a Successful Entrepreneur – Taking Action, Part 1 of 6

You’ve mastered the essential behavior of making decisions and creating plans. You have a starting point. You looked at the big picture and figured out you are an entrepreneur. You’ve outlined what you want to do, where you want to do it, what resources you have and need, when to do what, and most importantly, why you want to reach your destination. Now it’s time to act on those plans! How? Read on!

How to Be a Successful Entrepreneur – Making Decisions, Part 6 of 6

Don’t forget to step back and look at the big picture and remember that your decisions affect your health, your finances, your family, and your future. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t pursue entrepreneurship. In my opinion that should move you to entrepreneurship even more passionately and quickly! But in all circumstances you are part of a greater whole and in our frantic lives we sometimes forget that. Don’t.

How to Be a Successful Entrepreneur – Making Decisions, Part 2 of 6

You know you want to be an entrepreneur, but what exactly do you want to do and how do you get started? Read on to determine what resources you have, what skills you need, and where to go from here.

How to Be a Successful Entrepreneur – Taking Action, Part 4 of 6

How and where do you start to grow your business? With yourself. Where else? With your customers! Whether you are selling apps, shoes, services, or ocean tankers, when you deliver solutions that solve problems on-time, within budget, backed by a solid guarantee, and serviced by competent, knowledgeable, articulate, pleasant people with a consistently exceptional response time, you will exceed your customer’s expectations and they will go out of their way to sing your praises. Then your company will be right where you want it!

How to Be a Successful Entrepreneur – Making Decisions, Part 4 of 6

Where would you like to do business? Where would you like your customers to be? Where can you access things important to start-ups? Find out more.

How to Be a Successful Entrepreneur – Making Decisions, Part 5 of 6

Starting a business is not difficult but it is hard. It doesn’t require that you have an advanced education or decades of experience but it does require tenacity and discipline. It should not involve unexpected risk that causes you to lose everything but often it will test you and keep you awake at night with worry. If you don’t clearly and deeply know WHY you are doing it, you won’t keep going. If you don’t keep going, you won’t have a chance to succeed.

How to Be a Successful Entrepreneur – Making Decisions, Part 1 of 6

How to tell if you really want to be an entrepreneur and know if you’re cut out to be one. (Hint: You are if you want to be!)

How to Be a Successful Entrepreneur – Making Decisions Part 3 of 6

Explore the myth that there is plenty of time and no urgency to make plans for starting a business and consciously decide a go/no-go date. Think of two or three instances of friends or family members in which time ran out before they took a chance on their dreams.

Don’t Wait Too Long to Sell Your Company

Many business owners wait too long to sell their companies. As their energy declines the company stalls and its value falls. Don’t let it happen to you.

How Building a Campfire Is Like Building a Business

There is a specific, prescribed method to follow when properly building a campfire. Interestingly, many parallels can be drawn between this process and that of starting a business.

Undercapitalization – Role No 1 Understanding Your Dual Role As a Business Owner

Does the business owner consider only their personal financial strategy and therefore use the funds generated from revenue to sustain or increase a standard of living or, use these funds to enhance the growth of the business? It stands to reason that the least amount of money the owner takes by way of salary or dividends, the greater the amount available for growth and therefore a better prospect for a higher valuation if or when the owners decides to sell the business. In contrast the more money the owner removes from the company the lower the value and therefore the selling price. By default most owners subscribe to one of the following eventualities:

Your Mood Is Your Food for Success in Business and Life

What time of year is your favorite time of year? Some people have great sadness and anxiety when others are enjoying themselves. Do you have a time of year which upsets you or makes you anxious?

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