Archive for the 'Entrepreneurialism' Category

Feedback is a Gift

By Ken Kaufman About 4 years ago I was approached by a man who wanted to give me some feedback – and none of it was positive. He spent the better part of 30 minutes explaining and justifying how I had wronged him and why I barely deserved access to the oxygen I needed to […]

Business Secrets and Factors That Influence Its Success

By Kirthy Shetty -Professional approach -Follow up -Productivity Secret behind improving your business is to have a professional approach. When you communicate to your clients, you must have a good approach. Project a professional image so that it impresses the client who is interacting or having business with you. What ever you do, it should […]

How Many New Businesses Will Be Started in 2010?

By Jeff Schuman Things do not appear to be improving in the job market so far this year. People are just plain having a hard time finding a job. This has got me thinking about how many people will start a new business in 2010 and the opportunities it presents. I saw a couple on […]

Understanding Social Entrepreneurship

By Peter O Osalor What is Social Entrepreneurship? Essentially, social entrepreneurs identify public problems and apply business acumen to resolve them. Instead of using a venture solely to make a profit, they aim at simultaneously impacting a society and regulating positive change. The success of such an endeavour is, therefore, measured not just on the […]

Personal Trainers How to Keep Your Customers Loyal

By Casey Kaldal You’ve done everything right, you’re booked up with clients, the bills are being paid, now you get to relax and watch the money roll in. Right? Wrong. There are hundreds of ways to lose your clients. Yes, you got ’em, but now you gotta keep ’em: just sitting on your hands will […]

Cornerstone Tips For a Successful Fitness Bootcamp

By Casey Kaldal Looking to jump on the personal fitness bootcamp bandwagon but don’t have any idea how to get started? Not quite sure what to include? No worries! Read on for three important steps to ensure the success of your bootcamp! Provide a Dynamic Workout The cornerstone of a successful fitness bootcamp is a […]

Women Entrepreneurs and Their Greatest Starting Lineups How to Hire a Champion Team

By Michele Dekinder-Smith There comes a point in the life of a successful female entrepreneur where she is ready to take the plunge. Her sales are up, her workload has increased, and she needs help. Enter the team. Hiring the right team is a process that strikes fear in the hearts of some business owners […]

Two Women Entrepreneurs, Two Responses to Opportunity How Jane May Answer When Opportunity Knocks

By Michele Dekinder-Smith Every female entrepreneur dreams of the day her preparation meets opportunity and her own good luck is born. In her dreams, she knows exactly what she’ll do when presented with an opportunity, and exactly how the cards will fall when she takes it. But in real life, opportunity often seems to come […]

Firing a Client Two Different Types of Female Entrepreneurs and How They Handle Breaking it Off

By Michele Dekinder-Smith Every relationship experiences its ups and downs, and for some, the downs may result in a breaking point. Business owners may handle such breaking points in different ways, but one thing is clear: while firing a client may be difficult, it’s important to be willing to cut the ties – and to […]

Wholl Make the Rain For Your Family?

By Cally Rao A slumping economy is seeing a surge in the birth of much more contemplative,wary young business owners. Few fields are as rife with activity, as the start up sphere entrepreneurial activity keeps the economy growing and healing. Opportunity remains the biggest inspirer for launching a business. Many,starting out in business would love […]