Business Start-up Strategies

NINE THINGS MORE IMPORTANT THAN CAPITAL

Apr 1st, 2011 | By

by Jim Rohn When starting any enterprise or business, whether it is full-time or part-time, we all know the value of having plenty of capital (money). But I bet we both know or at least have heard of people who started with no capital who went on to make fortunes. How? You may ask. Well,
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Enterprise Is Better Than Ease

Feb 1st, 2011 | By

by Jim Rohn If we are involved in a project, how hard should we work at it? How much time should we put in? Our philosophy about activity and our attitude about hard work will affect the quality of our lives. What we decide about the rightful ratio of labor to rest will establish a
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Succeeding in Tough Times

Jan 13th, 2011 | By

by Kyle Wilson (Excerpted from Week Twenty-One of the Jim Rohn One-Year Success Plan) I’ve been noticing (and I’m sure you have to), while many companies and individuals might be struggling right now, that there is also a group of companies and individuals flourishing. I’ve also noticed there are some common characteristics found in these
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Getting Your Ideas Across

Oct 7th, 2010 | By
Getting Your Ideas Across

By: Brian Tracy Over the years, I’ve learned that fully 85 percent of what you accomplish in your career and in your personal life will be determined by how well you get your message across and by how capable you are of inspiring people to take action on your ideas and recommendations. You can be
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What Does Lingerie Have In Common With Great Headlines?

Sep 21st, 2010 | By
What Does Lingerie Have In Common With Great Headlines?

By:  Lina Penalosa   Everything. Still don’t see it? Let me connect the dots for you. Imagine walking through your local mall. You’re on a mission and come Hades or high water you’re gonna accomplish it……..when through no conscious decision of your own, your head snaps to the right, your swift stride slams into a
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The #1 Thing You Must Do Before You Write A Word Of Sales Copy…Identify Your Ideal Client

Sep 16th, 2010 | By

By:  Lina Penalosa “If we don’t change the direction we’re going, we’re likely to end up where we’re headed.” Ancient Chinese Proverb When you read the title of this article, how many nanoseconds did it take for you to start thinking… There’s no such thing as ideal clients. And even if there were such a
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Gaining Visibility

Sep 9th, 2010 | By
Gaining Visibility

By: Brian Tracy Have you noticed that some workers receive more promotions and greater pay than do their colleagues?  This, despite the fact that they are apparently not even as competent. This doesn’t seem fair. Why should some people get ahead when others who seem to be working far harder, and even longer hours, get
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The Seven Secrets of Sales Success

Aug 29th, 2010 | By
The Seven Secrets of Sales Success

by Brian Tracy There are seven secrets, or principles, of sales success. They are practiced by all the highest paid salespeople every day. The regular application of these principles is virtually guaranteed to move you to the top of your field. Secret number one: Get serious! Make a decision to go all the way to
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How to Improve Your Relationships & More – Walethia Aquil interviews E.G. Sebastian

Aug 21st, 2010 | By

Listen to internet radio with Grace & Charm on Blog Talk Radio Would you like to improve your relationship with your coworkers…?…subordinates?… customers? Would you like to learn HOW TO reduce conflict in your workplace AND at home? Would you like to explore HOW YOUR PERSONALITY style affects your productivity?…and HOW to improve your productivity
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Building Your Network

Aug 21st, 2010 | By
Building Your Network

By: Brian Tracy We live in a society, and as a member of that society, it is likely that every change in your life is strongly influenced by other people in some way. The occupation you select, the job you take, and the key steps in your career are largely determined by the people you
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