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1. DON'T Choose the Service Model 2. DON'T Borrow on Depreciating Assets (and for the love... donâ€™t borrow on expenses!) 3. DON'T Skimp on Bookkeeping
Blogging for income is quite the hot topic these days, with many bloggers (including this one) touting the rewards of harvesting the massive internet traffic one can create by writing digestible articles and posting them regularly on a blog.
Which organizational system do you prefer? One in which each individual employee or member is considered equal, no matter how long they've been a member or what they bring to the table; or a system in which each employee or member earns their way up the organizational hierarchy based on seniority, contribution to the group, or the respect of their peers?
A few years ago, I came to the realization that just about all of my close friends and everyone that I really "clicked" with in the professional world had played some form of team sports when they were a kid.
You might not realize it when daydreaming at your 9-5 about starting a small business, but there are a few things to miss when you're gone. To an entrepreneur, it's blasphemous to suggest that anything good can come from working for The Man; but going solo isn't always the end-all be-all.
I thought I was getting tired of all things to do with The Secret until I read John Assaraf's Having It All - Achieving Your Life's Goals and Dreams.
Most people fit into one of two categories: 1) business minded or 2) creative; but to be successful as an entrepreneur, you need both. That's why so few small businesses succeed: their leaders are too heavy on one side or the other.