Monthly Archives: July 2010

Rich Dad, Poor Dad – Can You Spot Opportunity?

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Choosing Between a Franchise, Business Opportunity, or Go It Alone

The three most common ways to start a business is through purchasing a franchise opportunity, a business opportunity, or do your own thing. We all are pretty familiar with the latter so why would you choose one over the other. I chose a business opportunity and I’m glad I did. I”m not going to say one business type is better than the other but instead, I’ll talk about my experiences with each. Continue reading

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So You Want To Start a Business – It Costs Less To Not Open a Business

Have you ever considered how much it will cost to open your business? You will need loans or you will place your savings into your business. Either way, it’s money spent. Maybe you can make more money just by staying home. Let’s take a look at opening a business from a somewhat radical viewpoint. Continue reading

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So You Want To Start a Business? Basic Mistake Number 2.

Ever wonder how to decide what to charge for your products or services? Not pricing products properly will put you out of business before you can say “how much do I owe?. This is my story of how I learned that conventional wisdom of pricing doesn’t work from the school of hard knocks. Read this and maybe you won’t make the same mistakes. Continue reading

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So You Want to Start a Business?

Ever ask someone how business is? Usually you hear good things. Now think about it. How could that be if 80% of all businesses fail in the first year and for restaurants the figure is 90%. Really, nobody wants to say that they’ve made a mistake opening up shop. The numbers don’t lie. 80% of all startups fail. If you’re considering your own business give this blog a read. Continue reading

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