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IN THE NEWS SAY OF THE DAY “All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson    5 Ways to Start a Business Part-Time While Holding a Day Job Full-Time. 5 Ways to Start a Business Part-Time While Holding a Day Job Full-TimeYou know you want to start a business, but you can’t shake those financial pressures – rent or a mortgage, a car payment and maybe you have kids. Even young people have responsibilities after all. But tack on the fact your business idea will surely take time to catch on, and starting up can seem even further out of reach. You are a perfect candidate to become a part-time entrepreneur. While not ideal for every young trep – jumping head first into the start-up pool can be a preferred route – getting the business up and running before letting go of a regular paycheck may be the best course. Here are six ways to make the transition into entrepreneurship a smooth one: 1. Find balance. Of course, this is what being a part-time entrepreneur is all about. Can you start up and maintain your commitment to your full-time responsibilities? If you get

Weekly Newsletter 02 03 2018

Welcome to the first of our Weekly Newsletter 02 03 2018 The Newsletter will include information I have gleaned from many sources, acknowledged of course. I hope you will find this of interest.     SAY OF THE DAY “Start today, not tomorrow. If anything, you should have started yesterday.” – Emil Motycka            4 Signs That You Should Quit Your Failing Startup Business   You’ve poured your heart and soul, your time, your money and more into your business, so it simply must succeed… Right? While that’s nice to say, it’s not always true. The more you’re able to realize that success can come and go, the better positioned you’ll be to take advantage of other, more promising opportunities. Here’s how to know when to give up: 1) Are you the only one who still believes in your business? Sometimes the smartest people can have a blind spot when it comes to their own vision. Like that girl or boyfriend that all of your family and friends didn’t like – it may be time to get a clue. 2) Are the competitors actually better? What if your idea for a business consisted of wrapping a

Four Dangerous Traps Online Marketers Must Avoid

by Mateusz Sobieraj  |  With Compliments of Marketing Profs and excellent source of professional Marketing Content. Join them today. – NO I am not an affiliate but a very happy 14 year user of their products as a Premium and Free Member. The abundance of new technologies and powerful opportunities in marketing can get overwhelming for a marketer. How in the world could you not feel lost in the jungle of solutions at your disposal? And if you use an agency, how can you know that it’s truly benefiting your company? Having conducted or supervised more than 900 digital campaigns, I’ve come across several dangerous traps that are initially hard to spot. This article will point out the four most common. 1. Don’t let the CTR deceive you  One of the most frequently used indicators of the effectiveness of online advertising is the clickthrough rate (CTR), the ratio of the number of clicks on an ad to the number of views. Imagine attractive advertising formats, beautiful graphics, and strong CTAs encouraging taking action. A customer clicks on the ad and lands on a website. But there’s a problem: The page is not consistent with the creative’s visual design, or the user is

Declining business dynamism: Implications for productivity?

Declining business dynamism: Implications for productivity? By Ryan A. Decker, John Haltiwanger, Ron S. Jarmin, and Javier Miranda. The last few decades have seen a decline in business dynamism, as measured by indicators such as new firm formations, worker flows, and job creation and destruction. This is a potentially worrisome trend because an important driver of productivity growth is the reallocation of resources from less productive to more productive firms. Ryan Decker of the Fed, John Haltiwanger of the University of Maryland, and Ron Jarmin and Javier Miranda of the U.S. Census Bureau use firm-level data for the entire U.S. economy to explore whether a fall in business dynamism has resulted in a decline in productivity growth. The authors first review the significant fall in business dynamism over time. For example, as Figure 1 shows, there is a clear downward trend in the rate of startups (new firms), and a slower decline in the rate of firm exits. Similarly, over the last several decades, the share of employment at young firms has dropped from 20 percent to 10 percent. They also review recent evidence on declining high-growth firm activity (especially by young firms). Figure 1: Annual firm startup and exit rates, U.S. private non-farm sector, 1981-2013 Declining business dynamism: Implications for productivity?

My May Workshop Events In Hull UK

Welcome to My May Workshop Events In Hull UK Interco Development and Training  held at the new K2 44 Bond Street Hull HU13EN.   Please note that we will shortly be offering these courses in Midrand. South Africa. Powered by Eventbrite Powered by Eventbrite Powered by Eventbrite Powered by Eventbrite Form any queries please contact us. Name(required) Email(required) Website Message Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...

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Use the reasonably priced BSC Designer to Create Professional Scorecard with an Online Wizard Answer simple questions – build a professional strategy map in 6 minutes. Designing a strategy scorecard for the first time might be complicated. With a new Strategy Scorecard Wizard, one can create a balanced scorecard by following a few simple steps. The whole process is intuitive and doesn’t require any special expertise. The wizard will ask about your: • Business goals, • Performance metrics, • Initiatives and will compile them together on the scorecard. In the end, you will be able to save the results of the Wizard into your account at, or create a new one. Once the balanced scorecard is in your account, you can customize it further according to your needs, export to an Excel spreadsheet, or export strategy map as a picture. Learn more about Strategy Map Wizard. BSC Designer If you need help with this, please contact us. Contact us Now for a special offer Contact Us Name(required) Email(required) Website Message Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email this

Define the Problem

How You Define the Problem Determines Whether You Solve It. These brief descriptions of these innovations all focus primarily on the novel solution. The problem they solve seems obvious. Typical stories of creativity and invention focus on finding novel ways to solve problems. James Dyson found a way to adapt the industrial cyclone to eliminate the bag in a vacuum cleaner. Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque developed cubism as a technique for including several views of a scene in the same painting. The desktop operating system developed at Xerox PARC replaced computer commands with a spatial user interface.   But framing innovations in this way makes creativity seem like a mystery. How could so many people have missed the solution to the problem for so long? And how in the world did the first person come up with that solution at all? In fact, most people who come up with creative solutions to problems rely on a relatively straightforward method: finding a solution inside the collective memory of the people working on the problem. That is, someone working to solve the problem knows something that will help them find a solution — they just haven’t realized yet that they know

A Simple Step By Step Sales And Marketing System That Anyone Can Apply To Their Business

At last! A Simple Step By Step Sales And Marketing System That Anyone Can Apply To Their Business – No Matter What Your Experience, No Matter What Product Or Service You Sell, And No Matter How Fierce The Competition Is… “How To EXPLODE Your Sales And Profits, Get Customers By The Bucketful, And Keep Them Coming Back For More” The Xtreme Business Program ™ is not the first program of its kind but this one has been modified with “Been There, Done That with a T-shirt” to prove it.   Some of our Clients have had 197% increase in sales growth in the past 3 years and we have testimonials to prove it.We act as your personal mentor and fast tracks you and your business to reach your goals and aspirations using this program. We act as your personal mentor and fast tracks you and your business to reach your goals and aspirations using this program. A Simple Step By Step Sales And Marketing System That Anyone Can Apply To Their Business You, yes you, can do it when you follow this ‘paint-by-numbers’ Mentoring Program… We have found it best to carry out a three-month mentoring program with you at R12,000 per

Different Types of Business Strategies

Different Types of Business Strategies are available to any startup or a business. Basic Approach to Strategic Planning A critical review of past performance by the owners and management of a business and the preparation of a plan beyond normal budgetary horizons require a certain attitude of mind and predisposition. Some essential points which should to be observed during the review and planning process include the following: Relate to the medium term i.e. 2/4 years Be undertaken by owners/directors Focus on matters of strategic importance Be separated from day-to-day work Be realistic, detached and critical Distinguish between cause and effect Be reviewed periodically Be written down. As the precursor to developing a strategic plan, it is desirable to clearly identify the current status, objectives and strategies of an existing business or the latest thinking in respect of a new venture. Correctly defined, these can be used as the basis for a critical examination to probe existing or perceived Strengths, Weaknesses, Threats and Opportunities. This then leads to strategy development covering the following issues discussed in more detail below: Vision Mission Values Objectives Strategies Goals Programs Strategic statements can be defined as broad indicators of the direction(s) in which a business

New Business Services

Woman in Charge: Being part of a white collar environment My wife, Gloria – a member of my Close Corporation, and I have decided to rebirth the company and have created a very simple schedule. Our Company has been successfully servicing the Outsourced Community in Gauteng and will continue to do for the forseeable future. We are Practising Members of the following Organisations and Professional Bodies. New User RegistrationChoose a Username*First Name*Last Name*Address 1City*State*Zip*Country*Day PhoneEmail*Input the code:*Required field CSSA (FCIS), SAIT (Tax Associate), AQL BUSINESS REVIEW, Get Free review Now. IIB, SAIPA, SARS TAX PRACTITIONER, CIPC PRACTITIONER, PPG ICSA PROFESIONAL PRACTICE GROUP MEMBER, CIBM (FCIBM), JCCI, STRATPAD. Strategies and Business Plans. MARKETINGPROFS INTERNATIONAL, KAPLAN AND NORTON BALANCE SCORECARD. New Business Services We can carry out the services on your premises or ours, depending on your requirements. Many times our clients prefer to use our premises for example when we run their payroll monthly as the confidentiality increases substantially. The list of services is shown below and should you have any queries please contact us so we can give you a call to make an appointment. Many times we can finalize on the telephone. Many of our Clients use our joint banking
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