Category Archives: Entrepreneurship
Transcript of episode: Click here to read In this episode, I talk about how to price yourself fairly to your clients and how to create a win-win situation for the both of you. Pricing is one of the most difficult steps in the whole business process, not because it's hard to calculate what you should…
A So Totally Business Savvy first, I got to interview an amazing entrepreneur and good friend that I met via Twitter, Paul Tran, on how to own your own business. Paul is a serial entrepreneur that has made quite a name for himself in Southern California, as well as nationally. Starting off in retail, moving…
Getting started in business can be scary, especially for people with a lot of skills. Moving past analysis paralysis can be a accomplishment on your way to startup success.
LinkedIn is good, but for professional networking and spam-free business information Business Exchange is fantastic. Neal Schaffer from Windmill Technologies gives the low-down on why you need to be a part of Business Exchange.
It's very easy to read, read read. It's another thing to get out there and take action on your business. Well, if you want to make any money, you need to start executing.
It's not about what you can do, it's about what your customer wants. This is a first in a series meant to help you to get inside your customer's head and know how you could benefit their business.
This post is meant to inspire. It is aimed not just at you, but at me. My hope is that it will be a cure - a remedy for the paralysis that takes over us every day and stops us from doing the things that we destined to do.
"We are unknown to ourselves, we men of knowledge--and with good reason. We have never sought ourselves--how could it happen that we should ever find ourselves? . . . So we are necessarily strangers to ourselves, we do not comprehend ourselves, we have to misunderstand ourselves, for us the law "Each is furthest from himself"…
[youtube width="560" height="340"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqTl5YoZTWk[/youtube] This is a shout back at Jason Silvestri, personal brander extraordinaire. He took the time to mentor me, and even made a video complementing my posts. Here's yo you, my friend. Links mentioned in the post: Jason Silvestri Toppler Project Jason Silvestri on SMART Goals
[viddler id=2706d143&w=437&h=333] While it may not seem like it is a big deal, choosing what operating system platform you need to run your business is important. What you decide in the beginning stages of your business will be a factor in how much money you will need to spend on technology in the future.
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