Tag Archives: Business Development

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The Mindset Of An Entrepreneur

Becoming self employed after being in employment is not an easy task, by any standards, but if I had to say ONLY one thing… if you have a dream, the energy, the FIRE, to create something and make money from it...
December 2, 2010 982 Reads share

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So, You Want an Amazing Business?

You’d probably be hard-pressed to find a business owner that set out to have a “mediocre” or “marginally successful” business. Even so, the prospect of trying to create that amazing business we all strive for may seem daunting, or downright impossible. Until now...
September 3, 2010 942 Reads share

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The Silent Partners

We often think of the real helpers as banks, enterprise boards, mentors, coaches, and they are always in our sights as we drive our new business out of the safety of our dreams into broad daylight. If you are starting a business, or in the process of expanding, think of the silent partners helping you quietly propel your business and your confidence to the next level.
August 30, 2010 985 Reads share

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Business Preparation is Key!

If we do not built a strong foundation, then the structure on which it stands, will not stand the test of time. It takes time to set up a business, that time varying depending on the type, size, shape and location. So what needs to be in place, for the business to stand the test of time?
May 18, 2010 917 Reads share

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Taking the Irreversible Step

Decision point. We know that having a vision for your organisation is more than a fantasy of what the business could be. This is scary stuff to act on our desires. It sounds so grandiose...
March 17, 2010 1,149 Reads share

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Are you away with the birds?

Are you a Crow or Magpie - big in size but the slightest movement will scare you off forever more? Are you a Blackbird - spending all your time obsessed with wooing the ladies and staving off a single competitor?
March 16, 2010 983 Reads share

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Setting Our Sights High Enough

For most people, this question is a hard one. Firstly, because we usually want both: more money and more time off. And secondly, whether we plan it this way or not...
March 4, 2010 890 Reads share