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If you’ve ever thought seriously about starting your own business then you should also have given some thought to the issue of how to find the funding that will help turn your ideas into reality.
These matters are, of course, key considerations in the context of starting up a new business of any kind. After all, without cash, even the best business ideas are destined to remain unfulfilled and forever on the drawing board.
There’s no denying that funding new businesses can be challenging but it is important to note that there are more ways than ever for start-up operators and entrepreneurs to access the financing they need at different stages of development.
Here’s a look at FOUR of the best:
How do you become a better writer? You write. There’s no shortcut. You write as much as possible – everyday is best. You write when you don’t feel like it and when do feel like it. Make friends with other writers so you can share your work and get feedback. Writing comes with practice like most things that are worth doing.
The ultimate goal, especially with a blog, is to write how you speak. That’s much easier said than done. You’ve got to write all the time to find your voice in the words. You can even try a speaking program like Dragon NaturallySpeaking Home that will actually type the words as you speak them. Some people prefer to write like this, but the end goal is to be able to write exactly how you speak whether you have a speak-to-write program or not.
Here’s how to become a better writer and actually get paid…
Selling your car isn’t fun, but it can earn you some cash towards your next car.
Ideally, you would be able to buy another used car with cash, but even if you have to finance, as long as you have a good credit score, financing isn’t the end of the world.
The money you earn by selling your current car could be a great down payment on your next car and this infographic is going to show you how to get the most value out the car you’re selling now…
It may seem unrealistic to think about becoming a multi-millionaire before your 30th birthday, but think about all the people who did it. It’s not some crazy story about a guy working hard for 10 years on one project before it finally took off.
These are stories like David Karp, who started Tumbler and had close to 100,000 users within a couple weeks. He then sold it for a few million a year after he started the website, while he was still living at home with mommy. I think he could probably afford to move out after that.
Or what about Michelle Phan, who has the ultimate blogger success story and now she’s worth a few million.
I’m not saying it’s easy, but it is possible…
A resume is one of the most important documents of a job seeker. It is the first and easiest way to show the employers that you are a perfect match for the company. A lot rides on what and how much you have mentioned in your CV. Everything from the interview to the whole selection process starts with this one document.
While the need to have job-related technical skills is unquestionable, it’s also a fact that everyone applying for the position will have them. So how do you think you’ll stand out of the crowd? The answer is simple, mention the prime job-related (non-technical) skills.
What does Sam Walton and Colonel Sanders have in common?
They both started from scratch and turned a small business into a multi-million dollar enterprise.
I’m sure you’re familiar with Sam Walton’s Walmart, which is the world’s largest company in revenue, according to the Fortune Global 500. You’re probably also familiar with Harland Sanders, also known as Colonel Sanders, and his giant fast-food chain, Kentucky Fried Chicken. KFC actually ranks 2nd in sales among fast-food restaurants, only trailing behind McDonalds.
Here we have two companies with thousands of stores and millions in sales. Many would consider them among the ranks of other “evil corporations” that under-pay and simultaneously hurt the economy. You don’t have to go far to find an article about Walmart and how unfairly they treat their employees or about how they’re too big for their own (or anyone else’s) good.
So where is the line drawn? At what point do these small start-ups turn from being “just another business” to being corrupt, evil or too dominant?
A resume is essentially a document for selling your skills and work experience.
However, if you directly jump to the work experience section from your name and contact information, recruiters will lose interest in your profile and it will leave a bad impact. Therefore, it is necessary to come up with a good introduction for a resume or CV (Curricula Vitae).
We all know the importance of the competencies and work experience section for a resume. But do we ever place the same importance on writing a good introduction? The answer is usually no.
This is one of the reasons why even a well written resume and a deserving candidate get no response from the recruiter.
A good introduction to a resume is as important as dressing well is for an interview…
A friend of mine told me about a business opportunity.
It was supposed to be “the online Walmart” (this was before Walmart had the online Walmart.)
A superstore filled with every product you could imagine. But there was a difference. This website would pay you to shop there.
It was like a loyalty program that actually paid you cash money to shop at their store.
In the pitch, I remember the speaker saying “if you could shop at two different stores for the same price, but one of them handed you a $5 bill every time you were finished shopping. Which store would you choose?”
I think the answer is obvious and I was sold on the idea, but just when I was ready to sign up, something unexpected happened…