Tag Archives: Questions

Your Own Home Business – Dream or Reality?

This is a question many people have asked themselves, sometimes over and over. Is it possible for the average person to start and run a successful home business? I’m here to say that the answer is a resounding YES!

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How To Get Repeat Business

A concern for many business owners is repeat business. One of the best ways to get repeat business is to outline what makes YOU want to do business with someone else again, and apply these same questions to your own business. Ask yourself the following: Were you clear as to what you wanted or needed? Were all your needs meet based on what you told the business you wanted or needed? Were they courteous, friendly? Did you get what you needed in a timely manner? Did they follow-up with you (to see if you were happy with their product or service)? Did you respond to a follow-up?

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Is a Home Business Right For You?

Every morning as people wake up and make the commute to work, many dream of the day when they will finally work for themselves. Every time the boss lets someone know that they must give up their weekend plans for the good of the company, people contemplate the benefits of being the owner of their own business.

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What Is A Mission Statement?

In order to do your mission statement you need to be able to answer the following:

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Five Tips for Perfect Transition Decisions

You’re considering a new career, new place to live or new business, retirement, or any other move. You ask, “Will I be happy?” If you remember the old, old song, “What will be” may not be the answer you’re looking for.

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The House Of Print.Com

Publishing has always been a difficult business to promote
successfully, which titles by which authors to promote,
which genre, will it be fiction or non-fiction? Will they
sell? Will they make money, both for the publisher and for
the author? So many questions which there is no definitive
answer and so the publisher takes a chance with his money
and his time and resources and decides on which books to
publish, promote and distribute to the bookshops. He may
only distribute to bookshops in his own country and if they
don’t sell well enough, will not be seen by anyone else in
the world.

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The Secret Language of Money

At a number of business seminars and presentations, I passed out an index card and asked each person in the audience to write anonymously a single answer to each of three questions. The three questions are:

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Finding Your Niche

Have you found your niche?

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