Posts Tagged ‘Entrepreneurship’
Movies could not only provide one with great entertainment during their spare time, sometimes, it also offer one the opportunities to learn from another perspectives. There are different movies could teach one different things about entrepreneurship.
❶ If you are looking to learn something about what strategy is, watch “127 hours” (2010) from Danny Boyle.
❷ If [...]
If you are looking to make money, initial investment for launching a new business is important. But apart from the ability to get funding, there are several capabilities that are required from the entrepreneurs.
① The most valued capability is the capability to be a good man and has the right posture. One need to [...]
Are you looking to start a small business by yourself too? Are you wondering if you’ve got what it need to be a successful entrepreneur? Here is a list of five key personality characteristics that good entrepreneurs have in common. Check it out to see if you have what it takes to get through all [...]
There are ten common mistakes that should be avoided by entrepreneurs at the starting phrase of a business.
1. Fail to establish clear definition of the rights and responsibility of the business partners.
2. Attempting to handle all kinds of work within the organization by yourself single handed.
3. Underestimate the demand for the amount of initial funding [...]
Whoever going to start a business might need to get advice on identifying a market need, write a business plan, and set up a new venture. And whoever going to run the new business need to pay attention to the following rules to succeed.
1. Don’t give up doing something simply because it is small.
2. Keep [...]
The term of entrepreneur is a loanword from French and was first defined by the Irish economist Richard Cantillon as a person who has possession over an enterprise, enterprise, or venture, and assumes significant accountability for the inherent risks and the outcome.
It refers to an individual with the type of dynamic personality who is willing [...]
Some successful family businesses with steady growth are actually developed by alert entrepreneurs from new ideas of exploring the use of small things, instead of from exploring unknown new products or services. The development of some mirror businesses can be cited as great examples to support this argument.
We are quite familiar with mirrors. They are playing a [...]