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10 reasons why a business plan is key

A piece by Tim Berry, on Entrepreneur.com. 

"10 Business Plan Benefits You Might Be Missing"

Samuel Pavin's insight:

The business plan "issue" explained. 

I often meet startups with no plans and that is my first take : a business plan is mandatory. 

You need to set some foundations right and then build on them even if making mistakes. 

But an overall direction and milestones are needed in order not to try to do everything and, in the end, do nothing. 

A startup is not only fun and opportunities, it also require hard work and organization. And then, the fun can be added safely. 

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Startup Advice

Startup Advice | Entrepreneurship in the World | Scoop.it
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Back to startups, a wonderful list of advice, by Sam Altman, on his blog. 

Well, that sure is a list of almost 100 advice but all valid anyway. Still those might not be applicable to everybody or every situation but if startup is anywhere around your mind, make use of these as a checklist.

Not all, just pick 10 to 20 and make them your own checklist for success.

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Anh VU's curator insight, August 30, 2013 9:35 AM

How to master & apply these principles for those who do not grow up with capitalistic concepts & practices? Such as young generation in Vietnam.

Inam Ullah's curator insight, August 31, 2013 1:15 PM

not bad

 

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The Happy Startup Canvas

The Happy Startup Canvas | Entrepreneurship in the World | Scoop.it
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"Happy !!!".Well further than the 'happystartups' message, the core of this post is all about the construction, the basic foundations of startups and the road to happiness/success. Hence a fair piece to read for any entrepreneur out there. And the pyramid looks quite good.

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Learn the Laws of the Jungle for Business Startups

Learn the Laws of the Jungle for Business Startups | Entrepreneurship in the World | Scoop.it

It’s a jungle out there. In 2012, total entrepreneurial activity in the United States hit its highest level since their survey started in 1999, according to Babson College.

Samuel Pavin's insight:

As the first sentence says "It's a jungle out there.". So get your act together and be pragmatic enough to ste the foundations for success right.

The title speaks about "Business startups" and that is the point. Whatever the fun involved in creating a startup, at the end of the day, that is still an actual company and it needs resources to survive and grow.

Here are a few reminders for entrepreneurs willing to be the king beast in the business jungle.

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