A frequently asked question is whether a successful entrepreneur is a workaholic, or not. Many experts say that if you work more, you will earn more and have a successful business. But is this true? Too many people think that if they want to be successful entrepreneurs, they should have workaholics habits. They believe that to succeed as entrepreneurs, should be workaholics.
Copy that, Copy this, Copy, Copy… 90% of everything that exists on the market is copying of something else. Is the imitation profitable and efficient strategy for current and future entrepreneurs? I think Yes. One of the mistakes, because too many potential entrepreneurs don’t become entrepreneurs, is because they try to find a unique market niche that doesn’t exist. But, in many cases, the unique market niche that they want to find doesn’t exist because there is no need for such types of products and services. The copy business or the imitation is a profitable and effective strategy because with the imitation or copy you can get much more benefits:
Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship, Business, Small Business, etc. All these words are deeply related to improvement. The primary task of each entrepreneur or manager is to improve their businesses. There are always some possibilities for business improvement and better business results. Which are those essential elements that can and should we start improving today?
The process of improvement can be related to all business aspects, and it is not a limited space. Any improvement could lead to the butterfly effect on the overall company.
Blogging for business purpose is a marketing strategy that you must include in your small business marketing plan or marketing calendar. There are more and more entrepreneurs that find this strategy as something very successful for their business. Some small business base all their marketing activities on and around their business blog. Here I will explain how you can build a successful business blog.
You can use SWOT analysis to evaluate Strengths and Weaknesses as the internal elements, and Opportunities, and Threats as external elements of your business. SWOT analysis can have a broad range of application.