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Sometimes it’s good to get a different perspective

Sometimes it's good to get a different perspective

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Think Outside de Box

Think Outside de Box

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Startup Success: The 7 Most Common Mistakes New Entrepreneurial Leaders Make

Originally posted on Linked 2 Leadership:

Entrepreneurs bring a lot of self-confidence to the table. Most abandon careers, often lucrative careers, at which they excelled to become their own bosses. This is generally a boon to their young business.

However, their high confidence levels and competence at their previous careers can lead them to make a number of common, avoidable mistakes.

Here are a few to watch out for.

The 7 Most Common Mistakes New Entrepreneurial Leaders Make

1) Not Delegating

Many, if not most, entrepreneurial ventures start out as one-person operations. The entrepreneur does everything, from bookkeeping and marketing to product development. Once the business reaches a point where more staff can be brought in, a lot of entrepreneurs find it difficult to let go of managing every detail; they insist on doing or rechecking everything.

This approach, no matter how understandable, is a waste of employee time. Even worse, though, it’s wasted time the…

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3 quick steps to see if your idea is worth working on

Originally posted on The Parallel Way:

Entrepreneurs have a multitude of ideas but it isn’t enough. Out of these many ideas which one is worth looking into in more details? Which one is worth spending time and resources on? At the filtering stage, there is no need to go into an elaborate plan. By going through the next three steps you will be able to assess if you want to go further.

Step 1: Look at the size of the market
There are essentially 3 numbers you need to assess: the Total Available Market (how large is the overall market you are looking into), the Served Available Market (how large is the market dealing with your specific product or service) and the Target Market (how large is the market you can realistically cater to).
There is no right or wrong answer in terms of market size. If the size of the market is worth it for…

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How to Startup your Business when in College? | [Infographic]

Originally posted on KANISHK Pccoe E-cell:

What is a Startup?

According to Wikipedia, “A startup company or startup is a company, a partnership or temporary organization designed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model.”

Another definition by Co-CEO of Warby Parker says, “A startup is a company working to solve a problem where the solution is not obvious and success is not guaranteed.”

For me, a Startup is a company, that is confused about:

  • What its product is.
  • Who its customers are.
  • How to make money.

As soon as it figures out all 3 things, it ceases being a startup and becomes a real business. Except most times, that doesn’t happen.

When does Human enterprise cease to exist as a startup?

The answer is – When one realizes that there is no substitute to Hard Work! (though you could ease it a little by doing Smart Work…) But achieving success is not as easy as…

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What is your inner compass pointing to…

Originally posted on Nicole McHenry Psychic Medium:

I first did a Steven Covey workshop when I was 24

I went through to do a few more

and each time I came away with some more amazing insight

into who I was.

Fast forward a few years and the realisation comes that what I thought I knew, I didn’t really know

And what I was sure I understood was not as deep as I had thought it was at the time

Why ?

Because when we reflect,

We have the benefit of a few more years experience

Now I can see 50 from here, and I am embracing my own past ages

The Ages when I was soooo clever (oh dear)

As a medium I am incredibly blessed – I have the benefit of the experience that is brought through from those past over

Here are some of those amazing milestones….

  • A man who allowed me to experience…

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