The 3 Main Reasons Why You Are Not an Entrepreneur
When most blue collar businesses start, each goes about this much differently than white collar businesses. Most Blue collar businesses begin by providing services or products after which build their infrastructure around their revenue. On the other hand, most white collar businesses usually focus an excessive amount of in early stages on creating their infrastructure and not enough on making money. For entrepreneur and small business tips go to the E.C blog.
We are always learning. Right from our first for the last breath. Only a part of our learning is formal. Most of our learning is informal - taught by parents, siblings, friends, learned by self-studies, accidental or unintentional learning through chance meetings, unintentional reading and so on and also on. All this learning enriches our life. Much of it's also used directly or indirectly to earn our living.
How do you begin? If you have the money, work with a advertising firm. Try to retain a company which has prior knowledge about your type of products and the form of media you would like to reach. If you are inclined to work with a large PR firm, ask to meet while using individual who will probably be working directly on your. In all cases, ask to find out a proposed plan or way of the position before you commit. I'd recommend interviewing more than one company, and I will request and check references. This may surprise you, but I'd be worried about any PR people that "guarantee" results. Unlike advertising, there aren't any guarantees that something will show up in media or that you will like what appears.
I have spent another 4 decades of my well being employed by myself in some manner or some other. I traded options and commodities on exchanges in Chicago, traded minor league sports teams, committed to real-estate, started a property brokerage, and now I inspire and instruct businesses and entrepreneurs on the way to transform their businesses as well as their lives, giving them the tools they must succeed.
Dr. C. Thomas Anderson is the founder and senior pastor with the Living Word Bible Church in Mesa, Arizona. He has taken principles using this book and helped over 130 people in his congregation go from having
nothing to becoming millionaires God's way. The foreword by Robert T. Kiyosaki validates an excellent book and author.