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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

If you want to get a job you need transferable skills

Transferable skills are a versatile set of skills that you can apply to more than one job. These are the skills that add to your marketability as a candidate and help you assimilate from one job to another. So, for example, while you may be studying accounting and sharpening your ability to balance bookkeeping ledgers, a transferable skill could be your ability to problem solve

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Monday, June 18, 2012

Most Powerful Questions When Starting a New Business

  1. What are we?
  2. What is our higher Purpose?
  3. What must Work?
  4. Who will be our first customer?
  5. Why are we starting a business?
  6. How much money do you have in the bank?
  7. What is your exit criteria?
  8. Who are your competitors?
  9. What is your core focus
  10. .......

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    Tuesday, June 12, 2012

    Factors that determine whether a business succeeds or fails

    During the last two decades, small and new businesses have created two of every three new jobs in the United States. According to the National Economic Council, small businesses employ 60 million Americans - or half of all jobs in the country.

    The numbers are impressive and the success stories are many, but even long hours of hard work and steadfast dedication don't guarantee success. In fact, more than half of small businesses fail within the first five years, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.

    What makes the difference between success and failure? several fundamental factors...determine whether a business succeeds or fails

    1. Experience
    2. A plan
    3. Money
    4. Strong credit
    5. Outside income
    6. Bench strength
    7. Strong financial controls
    8. Friends. The business owner needs a lot of support
    9. Energy. 
    10. A good team
    11. A realistic perception of success

    The best part of starting a new business is that there are a number of resources to help with the process, including a personal banker. Remember, they've been there before and have helped many other businesses get off to a successful start.

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    Monday, June 11, 2012

    11 ways to quit your job and be more successful

    Now, more than ever, you need to be entrepreneurial to be successful; you need to create a job to keep a job," says Gerber.
    "When you work for someone else you're putting all your eggs into one basket. If you want to secure your financial future regardless of the bad economy, you need to be in control of your own life," he insists.
    Ready to take a stab at entrepreneurship?

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