Top Strategies for Entrepreneurial Success
by Wendy Enelow - Jan, 2010
INTRODUCTION Are you: Self-motivated? Self-disciplined? Determined, confident and persistent? Creative and imaginative? Flexible and adaptable? Charismatic and enthusiastic? Independent and decisive? Organized and efficient? These are but a few of the many traits that characterize successful entrepreneurs. In fact, entrepreneurial success requires a diversity of talents, a broad range of knowledge, a passion to...
Is it Time to Just Say NO?
by Barbara Giamanco - Nov, 2009
"Most of us are busy, but undisciplined. We are active, but not focused. We are moving, but not always in the right direction." – Jack Canfield In the things they never told me before I became an entrepreneur file is how important it is to be a good steward of time. For most of us, we start our careers working for other people who have a schedule they want us to adhere too. Even though I lived in the world of sales where t...
Entrepreneur, Visionary, Virtually Synonymous
by William Lemerond - Nov, 2009
Your financial position will always catch up with, and match your mindset. When individuals think of money attraction, normally they are thinking of money that they can physically hold and take to the bank. Cash flow is important, but it is your mindset that will determine your future wealth, and the scope of your money attraction. Your ability to adapt your mindset to envision and stay open, creative, and positive is very imp...
Retirement Plans For the Self-Employed
by William Lemerond - Nov, 2009
SEP IRA: With a SEP IRA in 2009 there is a $49,000 maximum contribution. This IRA is easy to set up and requires minimal administrative responsibilities. Disadvantages of this option begin with the fact that contribution limits are smaller than the limits of an Individual 401k at the same income level. This IRA does not have a catch-up plan provision like the Individual 401k, and loans are not permitted. Main advantages...
Making Working From Home, Work!
by Debra Wheatman - Nov, 2009
So, you want to work from home? Great! Sounds awesome, right? You don’t have to go anywhere, you can just put yourself in front of a computer and there you are ready to go. Wrong. Working from home requires much more than a place to sit and crank out some work. Why? There are distractions at home. They are never ending. I know, because I work from home. It’s amazing how many things can pull you away from doing what you need to...
Three Keys to Adjust Your Career Search to The Tough Economy
by Hallie Crawford - Nov, 2009
There’s gloom and doom everywhere regarding the economy, especially in the media. This can make it especially difficult to focus on conducting an effective job search . Let’s be real - the economy will have an effect on your career search. It is tougher to find jobs, but not everything is as bad as the media makes it out to be. There ARE jobs out there and there ARE opportunities for you. The current economic situation req...
The Great Debate: Business Owner vs. Entrepreneur?
by Bernadette Boas - Oct, 2009
I spend a lot of time speaking to business owners, individually and in large forums, and the one question I’ll often ask is “How many of them consider themselves to be not only a business owner but an Entrepreneur?”. No doubt 100% of their hands will go up. Then their eyes widen with confusion as to why I would be asking them such a question. But I have found over the many discussions, coaching sessions, and speeches with th...
The Entrepreneur’s Prosperity Map
by Bernadette Boas - Sep, 2009
What are your goals for your business, your money, and your life? What is the purpose, vision, and goal you have for your business? Do you employees, customers, vendors, partners, friends, and family? What plan do you have in place to ensure that where you want to get to can be achieved by the time you want to accomplish it? How about exceeding your goals, does your plan support that? You can look at this in a much si...
Reinventing Yourself: From Employee To Entrepreneur
by Sharon Melnick, Ph.D. - Aug, 2009
Considering having your own company and being your own boss? It’s the biggest trend in business today! I have been working with a number of corporate employees who left the structure of the corporate world and struck out on their own. You leave behind the perks of the position: the administrative support, the title, the regular paycheck, etc. in favor of the freedom to be your own boss, to do things the way YOU think they...
Considering Entrepreneurship: First Steps to Starting Your Own Business
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2009
This Saturday’s New York Times featured a front-page story about how the recession is prompting some people to start their own businesses instead of looking for new jobs. It’s an encouraging story if you’ve ever considered the option of creating your own venture, large or small. While some people decide to dive headfirst into entrepreneurship, others feel more comfortable dipping in a toe, then an ankle, then a knee before...
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