Tag: Business Lessons
To succeed in entrepreneurship, you need to be constantly educating yourself and learning new things. You can learn from books, seminars, classes, and yes, experiences of other successful businesses and entrepreneurs.
Learn the lessons every small business and home business entrepreneurs need to know
Businesses often branch out to some other segments or niches, and small businesses are no exception. With all the branching out, it is imperative that you understand how each part of the segments contribute to your overall business. Start by asking yourself these questions
Have you ever watched the process a wine expert goes through when tasting wine? There’s a great lesson we home-based entrepreneurs can learn from the process of wine tasting
In the world of sales, there are simple little things that can have a huge impact. Learn the lessons I learned from a successful small business owner about sales
Many of the principles behind Steve Jobs’ breakthrough success at Apple apply equally to the management of one’s career. Here are a few ways Jobs can teach you to ‘think differently’ about professional and career success.
Read the chapter summaries of the book “Everybody Wins: The Story and Lessons Behind RE/MAX” about Dave Liniger and how he founded RE/MAX .
Trade show participation is an exercise in salesmanship and people watching. Learn the proper trade show etiquette to get the most out of your time and investment as an exhibitor.
Peak performance in golf and business has many parallels. If you think of yourself on the course and at the office as the same person, you will find powerful inner resources that will help you achieve your goals faster!
“Change alone is unchanging.” – Heraclitus In the past few decades, account management has been transformed by the most incredible explosion of technological wizardry to appear since the Scientific Revolution of the seventeenth century. Today, even small- to medium-sized firms routinely equip their sales, marketing, and account management people with Web sites, intranets, mobile phones, […]
W. Randall Jones, founder of Worth magazine, in his book entitled “The Richest Man in Town: The Twelve Commandments of Wealth“distills the characteristics of successful men and women. He explores the age-old question of what makes these successful people, all self-made, different from you and me. Being rich and living a prosperous life seem to be […]
Edward W. Scripps built a media empire that includes daily newspapers in 20 markets stretching from Washington to Florida, Scripps Howard News Service, United Media, and the worldwide licensing and syndication home of PEANUTS and DILBERT. He started the business in 1878, borrowing $10,000 to launch a newspaper in Cleveland called “The Penny Press.” It […]