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Bring Your Business In For A Checkup
Preview:Bring Your Business In For A Checkup
Join writer, Mike Shannon in a discussion about giving your business a checkup. Learn how going through a quick checklist can help your business stay on track.
Has Your Business Had a Recent Check-up?
How is the health of your business? Take a quick pulse by looking at the following areas:
1. Financials - key items to look at are your balance sheet, income (or profit & loss) statement and cash flow statement. Is your equity, profit margin and cash flow growing? If not, why not? If so, what plans do you have... continue reading >>
Failure In Business
Preview:Failure In Business
Join writer, Gary Durkin in an enlightening article debunking the myth that failure is not an option. Learn that failure is indeed an option and a necessary part of growth and success in the business world.
Failure IS an option
I wrote an article on this very subject, with the same title a few years ago. And… it was a pretty decent article if I do say so myself!
Then I lost it. Gone. Deleted in error with no backup!
Talk about ‘ironic’…
Well, moving forward (hint) - over the years I have come into contact with... continue reading >>
In Real Estate you need to be Self-Motivated
Hi and welcome..to all the new Real Estae Investors..This is a small Nugget..
Check out my blogs and other Investors read it and let us know what you think. You need to figure out what you want to do in Real Estate. There are allot of areas to start in figure out what is best for you..Stick with it and continue reading and learning. All the materials out there are good and they work but you cannot give up and start with something else. Stay focus and positve. Real Estate is Easy but it is hard work and you... continue reading >>
Preview:There are always so many things to worry about. But is it really necessary at all?
We worry about things that have already happened. Since we are powerless to change the past, why bother worrying about it?
We worry about the future. Yes, planning for the future is important. But overdoing it serves no productive purpose. Isn't there a saying which suggests that tomorrow will take care of itself? Besides, the future is unpredictable and anyone's life can take a turn for the better or for worse very suddenly - what's the point of worrying about it then?
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