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13 Entrepreneurs on the Best Business Advice They Ever Received

13 Entrepreneurs on the Best Business Advice They Ever Received | Entrepreneurship & Leadership | Scoop.it

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Jeffrey Ross's curator insight, October 17, 2013 9:58 AM

The best advice I ever got from my mentor was: "you're spending too much time on the top line and notenough on the bottom line."

Lynne M. Williams BS, MA, ABD★'s curator insight, October 18, 2013 1:14 AM

Great advice!

harish magan's curator insight, October 25, 2013 11:03 PM

No man (or woman) is an island, and business owners need to seek advice and guidance from other successful business owners, if they themselves are to become successful in their respective endeavours.

 

One of the best ways to become better as a business owner, is to apply relevant advice that other business owners have successfully applied to their businesses, that they themselves received from others who went before them.

 

This excellent article, drawing on feedback from 13 successful Australian entrepreneurs, offers 13 great pieces of sound business advice that any business owner can take on board to improve the performance of their own business.

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50 Famous Business Quotes

50 Famous Business Quotes | Entrepreneurship & Leadership | Scoop.it
Entrepreneur, Bill Gates, Quotes, Famous, Steve Jobs, Inspirational, Startups, Bootstrap, Business! (The first one gets the oyster the second gets the shell.

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How can Personal Branding Benefit your Career?

How can Personal Branding Benefit your Career? | Entrepreneurship & Leadership | Scoop.it

We all know that job seeking can be one of the most frustrating tasks in our career. Compiling a CV and typing up dreadful cover letters can take up all of your free time, with the result of being ignored by over 90% of the perspective employers.

 

But whose fault is it?

 

For once, try to switch perspective. Try to think like a recruiter.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, May 16, 2013 9:14 PM

Go Brand Yourself was uploaded on SlideShare on Sunday, and in less than 5 days it received more than 20.000 views. This seems to suggest that Personal Branding can really work, not only in job seeking, but also in boosting your online presence.

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The leadership cycle: The 10 C's of great leaders

The leadership cycle: The 10 C's of great leaders | Entrepreneurship & Leadership | Scoop.it
What traits do successful CPA firm leaders have in common? Consultant and accounting profession thought leader Allan Koltin, CPA, decided to find out. Drawing on his experience working with the CEOs of more than half of the 200 largest U.S.

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5 Principles of Convergence: How To Work Better At The Intersection Of Tech ... - Co.Create

5 Principles of Convergence: How To Work Better At The Intersection Of Tech ... - Co.Create | Entrepreneurship & Leadership | Scoop.it
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In The Future Employees Will Be Replaced With Entrepreneurs [Chart]

In The Future Employees Will Be Replaced With Entrepreneurs [Chart] | Entrepreneurship & Leadership | Scoop.it

According to Funders and Founders, the creators of this infographic called Everyone Will Become An Entrepreneur, this is the era of startups, and startups are in a unique position when it comes to employees. Offering an employee a stable job with benefits and a consistent salary requires stability. Most of the time, the partners in the startup aren’t even withdrawing a consistent salary. A startup is all about accepting risk and instability to chase a dream, which in a way goes against the stability required to hire employees.


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