Let’s discuss strategies and tips for creating a powerful brand on a shoestring budget.
We are delving into the strategies crucial for navigating this transformative journey, ensuring your startup survives and thrives in the fiercely competitive business landscape.
Every business, whether a thriving conglomerate or a modest start-up, has a lifecycle. This cycle has phases of growth, plateaus, and sometimes, decline. Exiting the business world is inevitable, and while it may seem daunting, it’s essential to understand how to accomplish it smartly.
A company is much like a product on a shelf, with potential buyers scrutinizing every facet. Just as one would polish a car before a sale, there’s merit in amplifying the worth of a business before listing it.
Exiting a business can be likened to a game of chess. Each move is strategic, and taxes are the formidable opponent you must outmaneuver.
Compensation is significant in attracting, retaining, and motivating top-tier talent for advisory boards. Determining fair and adequate compensation is a delicate balancing act.
What exactly is a goal, and who sets them? Why do we have them? Can personal goals complement business goals? January is a big goal-setting month for companies because it’s the start of the year. I like to do goal-setting in December, so my goals are already finalized when the New Year starts! Let’s investigate what goals mean to us:
What does success mean to you? Does it involve money? Job title? How well you marry? The car you drive? Just keeping your business afloat another year? To whom do you compare your success to know whether or not you’re successful? To your current peers? To your family members? People with whom you went to school? I define success based
I didn’t think about prejudices in places like real estate. Until I encountered it, I never really thought about it. But it happened to my husband and me, and it seems there are similar stories based on an August 18th NY Times article, “Home Appraised With a Black Owner: $472,000. With a White Owner: $750,000.” Story 1 – West Babylon,
Speaking about finances is a topic that strikes fear and apprehensiveness in many people – whether they are business partners, personal relationship partners, employees, or friends – because noone wants to have these discussions when they are doing well (in case someone wants to borrow money) and especially not when they are doing poorly (in case they want to borrow