I have written on networking before but not in this light. Here, we are looking at the subject in the light of using it to grow a business without money.
Even though I find it very easy to connect with people and attract collaborators, I have always been a loner. I enjoy been alone; reading a book, writing something, thinking and just being in my own company. My best
I had an interesting conversation with an acquaintance after a meeting last saturday. He works for one of the world’s top oil servicing firms. The conversation started with what he said when he met me autographing my first book, The Z of Marketing for some participants at a business seminar I just spoke at. He said “I need to learn how to sell and market soon.” I was
When I first began to write as a teenager, I never considered the idea of exploiting my skill for money. I used to write novels that get lost in class as all my classmates fight over who reads them next. Today, I make money from writing. With the twelve avenues I have
As a business coach, the number one concern wannabe entrepreneurs have is lack of or inadequate start-up capital. Even though I have told those who have cared to listen that capital is not the number 1 business success factor, I have decided to share a few businesses I think you can start with little or no capital.
Ensuring that employees stay focussed, busy and enthusiastic about their work is now a very big concern for HR Managers and businesspeople. This is what has developed the employee engagement concept to the point it is today. I am an advocate of using goal driven measures for this.
Businesswoman and founder of Mary Kay Cosmetics, Mary Kay Ash said “a company is only as good as the people it keeps.” The late American entrepreneur and bestselling author understood the power of proper people management. I believe that is the main reason the Mary Kay brand grew phenomenally. Talent management is therefore a very crucial practice every HR personnel or businessperson must master.
Many of the fears people have when it comes to starting a business are actually unnecessary. You will agree if you have been in business for a while. The number one fear people face is the fear of start up capital. As I’ve said many times, capital can
Are you a career person right now who is considering becoming an entrepreneur? Or are you a businessperson whose business is not making a head way? Certain reasons may be standing in the way. 7 of the most important of them are discussed in today’s post. Ticking “yes” to over 5 of the points in this post is an indication that you may never become an entrepreneur – or a successful one.