With less than a hundred days to go before Christmas, some have started writing their wish lists.
Businesses are created to provide products and services, and turn a profit. The main concern of business owners is how to ethically influence consumers to purchase what they offer.
When we know someone who is financially successful, we can’t help but ask ourselves: “How did he do it?” or “What are his secrets?” It’s surely great to get tips from these successful people but we also need to realize that there are more important things that we need to learn from them first, things that go beyond the how-to’s.
While individuals in their 20s and early 30s may still be figuring out their place in the world, I have noticed just how different younger people are today.
“It’s such a big risk to go into business”, “You might find yourself getting into debt if you go into business”, “Your business idea might not work” — you’ve probably heard these statements from people who aren’t a hundred percent sold out in entrepreneurship.
How come the rich get richer while the poor get poorer? It’s all in the attitude.
It seems like everyone is wanting to start their own business and become an entrepreneur. If you look around you, you’ll see so many small and start-up businesses; some very promising and others obviously just sprouted because it’s the road everyone seems to be treading these days.
In just 2 more months we’ll be celebrating Christmas again. But how do you make your Christmas special?
When we think about business in our country, and I mean successful businesses, it’s difficult not to think about the Filipino-Chinese business people; let’s call them Chinoypreneurs.
For many high net worth individuals, keeping and growing their wealth is an important preoccupation. But some would rather entrust their money to an institution or an investment manager to accomplish this needful task. Choosing who to trust, however, can be challenging.
A great marketing strategy is essential to the success of a business. In the past, the only way to sell goods was through a physical store. Today, while most of us still go to the mall to buy something, the emergence of e-commerce has also affected the way we shop.
In all things success comes to those who learned from the best and the greatest.