Eric Ries (the Lean Startup guru) shares with us a discount code to Janice’s best-selling Udemy class, “Startup How-To: 7 Steps To Creating A Successful Product”.
Marketing your business is one of the most important issues your need to put your effort in, if not the top one. There are many (many) ways in which you can market and promote your business, products, services and brand. Some are more conventional, some are weird, some are acceptable in certain countries only and some are extreme.
When facing a problem, in personal life or your business, there are several ways to solve it.
In this slideshare quick presentation, i go over the 5 ways of solving problems.
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Execution is a very important part of any business, whether it is a startup, a book store or even your local wash-house (laundry).
Execution has 3 parts:
1. making the decision; “we need to build a website for the company”.
2. committing to the decision; “i will build the website, by the end of the month”.
3. delivery; the actual fulfillment of the commitment.
In every endeavor you embark upon, may it be a small business, a stand in the market or a startup company, you need to fuel yourself with inspiration and energy to keep going, push forward and get up when you fall. One of the best sources for inspiration is listening and learning for the experience of great entrepreneurs.
When you have a sale, how do you present it to your customers?
How do you show it to your customer: (%) By percentage? ($) Or, by numbers?
Use the tip presented in here Wisely! How you present your numbers affects the why they are perceived.
Are you using Facebook? for Personal/Social purposes or for your Business? Either way, when you are posting, uploading and sharing on Facebook, you should know how this platform works, the DOs and DONTs, how your audience response to your posts etc.
This is a bread. Whole wheat flour bread. I baked it.
This is the fifth time I tried to make the bread. Each time, I failed.
While working with the whole wheat flour and trying to make the bread, I remembered some important lessons about business and entrepreneurship: