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Amenities – The Extra Touch That Adds So Much

What special services do you give your clients to show concern for their comfort, convenience and well-being? For holistic health practitioners, it goes without saying that the treatment itself has to be of the highest quality. But that’s only part of the equation. The way to practically guarantee that my clients will get superior value, keep coming back and refer others is…by offering amenities. Amenities – small client-attractive services or products that add little to your cost or time – can have a huge impact on the client’s experience with you. Use every opportunity you can to give your clients extra service.

Example Of Successful Entrepreneurs Who Started As Teenagers

Mark Zuckerberg is the co-founder of Facebook who started it in 2004 along with his classmates Dustin Moskovitz, Eduardo Saverin, and Chris Hughes when they were studying at Harvard University. There are more than 400 million users internationally. His personal wealth is estimated to be around $13.5 billion in 2011.

Empowering Teenager Entrepreneurs To Be Leaders Of Tomorrow

A teenager is person between the ages of 13 and 19, who also can be called an adolescent. They are called teenagers because their age number ends in “teen”. Someone aged 18 or 19 is also considered a young adult. All over the world, there are approximately 1 billion teenagers. In Nigeria, statistics reveal that more than half of the population are youths between the ages of 13 and 35 years. The teenage years are a transition stage from childhood to adulthood. At this stage of life, teenagers are very impressionable, moldable, energetic as well as creative.

Steps On How To Start Up Your Own Electrician Business

Starting your own electrical business is a wise choice, especially if your interest really lies in the field of electricity. However, considering the variety of large business competitors, an electrician business can be a frustrating responsibility, especially that it also takes time and money to prosper. You need to be at least well guided and knowledgeable.

Disappointed, Fed Up, Totally Unfulfilled?

Did you feel this way leaving your job today? Thinking on the way home how you should really find a new job. Or maybe you were thinking you should be your own boss.

What Is A Sell Sheet?

So you have invented a product but do not know how to sell it – here is one way; a sell sheet. It may seem old fashioned, but it works — and a new twist is a virtual sell sheet.

12 Benefits and 12 Challenges of Being an Entrepreneur

What everybody ought to know about the advantages and disadvantages of entrepreneurship. While some articles hype entrepreneurship as the perfect path, this article shows you both sides.

Why Entrepreneurs Should Compete in the Busiest Markets

You may be surprised to learn that the best markets in which to start your business are the ones that already have a lot of competition. Given all the attempts by firms to obtain a competitive advantage, which is unattainable in any case, why would I make such a suggestion?

The Social Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs start businesses for many different reasons. Some do it because they want to be their own boss. Some do so because that want greater control of the decisions that are made about them at work; and some it for social reasons. In article, you’ll learn about the social entrepreneur, and how that motivation could help you to support your favorite cause.

Joint Ventures for Entrepreneurs

A joint venture is everything from a formal to an informal collaboration between two businesses or business people. Formally, the two contribute equal parts of assets and share the expenses and revenues. The arrangement is made for a finite period of time, usually the length of a given project, at which point the business relationship is terminated. But, which form should entrepreneurs use?

Going for the Kill: How Entrepreneurs Lose Leads

Imagine that you’re at a networking event. Everyone knows that everyone else is there because they hope to get new business as a result. Then, someone you’ve never seen before introduces himself, and then asks what you do. (This is the accepted ice-breaker for, “After you tell me what you do, I get to tell you what I do.” But before you get the chance to finish your two-minute summary, the other person interrupts you midstream and says something like, “I can help you with that.” How does that affect your perception of him?

Forgiveness or Permission: How Entrepreneurs Make Progress

Colin Powell famously said, in the context of leadership, that it was easier to ask for forgiveness than for permission. By that, he meant that by acting as though he had permission, he was able to make progress that would not have been possible otherwise. In other words, if he had asked first, and then waited for official approval to be granted, that would have delayed him from reaching the goal he wanted to achieve.

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