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How to be Successful in Business

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There are many people out in the world who strive to be successful. This article includes different aspects on how to do so. One that really caught my eye was that in order to be successful, you must do what you love and what you are truly passionate about and to have fun. If you don't love what you do as a career, how will you ever feel truly successful? Another one is tto be successful you have to be able to come up with an idea. An idea that not only serves to you but to others around you benefitting everyone. 

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Kira Saini's curator insight, March 6, 2014 9:28 AM

This article is describing how to be successful in the right way. The key factor in order to be successful is to persevere, don't be held back by something, have high expectations, your goal should be to do your best, LEARN  from your experiences, and use the knowledge to do better in the future. According to this article, success is more about learning than proving how smart you are

Ivo Nový's curator insight, October 25, 2014 11:14 AM
Although you may not be 100% successful in whatever you do, your goal should be to do your best, learn from your experiences, and use this knowledge to do better in the future.
Venkadesh Narayanan's curator insight, January 21, 5:27 AM

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Top 5 Reasons to Market Your Business on Pinterest - Adrants

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Top 5 Reasons to Market Your Business on Pinterest
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With more than 70 million users around the world (Semiocast), Pinterest is one such platform that can help boost your business in more ways than one.

Via Thomas Faltin
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If I were to open a business with food, I never would've thought to advertize through Pinterest.  If you think about it, it's a great idea. I could take pictures of my food and show it to people around the web and get their opinion and see if they would like to try it or make it themselves. There is already a food subject on there, I could possible post my recipes or something like that. It could draw people to my restaurant and make them want to try the food from how I make it instead of them making it themselves.

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How to Begin an Exciting Career as a Chef

A prospective student enrolling in a culinary school should be aware of requirements and expectations on the path to a fulfilling career in culinary arts whether it's in culinary arts management or as an expert chef.

 

 


Via amandacairos
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To be a chef or to begin your career around the food industry, in here it states that chefs worls all over the worls in big and small restaurants, in family businesses, and even on cruise ships. Being a chef you have to be able to know numbers well. Go to college and excel in the business, financial, accounting region. Start gaining muscle because you'll need to able to carry out lots of food at a time for your customers. Working well with others, cooking good food, and handling money will help you excel in this type of business.

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Budgetcatering 's curator insight, September 27, 2013 12:25 PM

Begin a Career as a Chef...

 

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10 Things That You Should Know About FAFSA ~ Online Education

10 Things That You Should Know About FAFSA ~ Online Education | Tenika's CE Project | Scoop.it

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Over $150 billion will be disributed to students in the US for those who file for financial aid through FAFSA. You need a number of things to file for this such as a PIN, your savings, how much you make, your parents information, ect. You will have to tell your dependency status and if you are unable to give your parents information you cannot file which really surprises me. And lastly, you have to figure out your taxes and put that in the application as well.

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Top 10 tips for starting a food business

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What's the recipe for success for a foodie enterprise?

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There's more to staring a food business than jus being able to cook good food. You not only need to have a well thought out plan, you need lots of cash and a good flow with that, along with staying power. The woman in this article gives 10 tips for starting a food business starting with number one as knowing your trade and ending it with using social media to get known. 

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Webgrrl's curator insight, September 4, 2013 10:38 PM

offers advice on anything to do with starting a business, including operations, menu planning and staffing. Below are her top 10 tips for starting a food business.

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Part II: 5 Risks for a Growing Business (and How to Manage Them)

Part II: 5 Risks for a Growing Business (and How to Manage Them) | Tenika's CE Project | Scoop.it
With business growth comes predictable risks. The survival of your business depends on identifying and managing those risks.
In my last column, I described five common risks for growing businesses.

Via Thomas Faltin
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Within this article, I noticed a lot of risk in included with starting your own business. If I want to start my own business, I need to have a plan but it can fall short so I have to be ready to stretch out my planning timeframe. It is stated that product and service quality is declining, therefor customer needs are obscured by growth needs. If there is anything I could take away from this it would be that I need to have a good plan finiancially and mentally for my future business.

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Enjoy the Job of a Professional Taster in Culinary Industr

Enjoy the Job of a Professional Taster in Culinary Industr | Tenika's CE Project | Scoop.it

The job of a professional taster is not as easy as it looks like. There are many food manufacturing companies that hire taste tasters to evaluate a certain food or drink acceptability by following a set of standards before going to public.


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I never knew that there were "professional tasters" and that there are people out there that get paid to taste food. But a lot comes along with tasting food, such as knowing the taste off all the ingredients and what needs to be added like sugar or salt. Culinary school is a good idea before trying to become a professional taster because you will build up your culinary vocabulary which will help you to communicate how the food tastes.

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12 things you probably didn’t know about getting a Business Degree

12 things you probably didn’t know about getting a Business Degree | Tenika's CE Project | Scoop.it
Tisps about getting a Business Degree
Getting a Business Degree could be the key to opening new
career opportunities in 2014, here are 12 things you probably
didnt know about getting your Business

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One of the facts in here said that in 2011, 11 million people got a bachelors degree in business and all of them will most likely hold a full-time job year-round. This is the one fact that caught my eye the most because of course I want to be able to get a full-time job and not have to worry about losing it since the statistics say I would keep the job most likely. While in college I should be looking at the jobs available since the field is growing about 23%. I should I have a plan now instead of being one of the few without a job.

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These Are the Most Popular College Degrees Earned by Millionaires - TIME

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These Are the Most Popular College Degrees Earned by Millionaires
TIME
Predictably, business degrees dominate the list.
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This helps me find my degree that I really want if I am looking to be successful. Of course I don't expect to be a millionarie, but seeing what degrees these people get make me realize that I can be financially stable if I play my cards right and don't get a degree just to say I have a degree. Having a business degree can go a long way with many things and it is good to have because it shows you are good with money and management.

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The College Degrees With The Highest Starting Salaries

The College Degrees With The Highest Starting Salaries | Tenika's CE Project | Scoop.it
The final results are in for the class of 2013: Bachelor’s degree graduates are earning salaries that are 2.6% higher than they were in 2012. The average: $45,600.
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Behing Engineering and Computer Science, Business is the 3rd highest starting salaries out of all the other degrees. It is growing by 2.3% and continues to out grow the top two degrees. The average salary is $45,600. Business degrees make abou $55,000. Engineering is at the top with roughly $62,000. This helps me out with making a decision for what I want to major in because I want to be successful and make a lot of money so a business degree could help me out a lot.

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Hawaii Pacific University tops list of most diverse colleges - Pacific Business News (Honolulu) (blog)

Hawaii Pacific University tops list of most diverse colleges - Pacific Business News (Honolulu) (blog) | Tenika's CE Project | Scoop.it
Sandusky Register Hawaii Pacific University tops list of most diverse colleges Pacific Business News (Honolulu) (blog) Hawaii Pacific University is the most diverse university in the nation, according to a recent ranking by the online review site...

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As a future student at Hawaii Pacific University, I have heard it has a lot of diversity but not as much as a I read about. HPU has students from all 50 states and are from more that 80 countries. There is a 91.7% diversity at this school which really gets you to know about eachother and everyone's culture, language, and overall lives. This is a huge opporunity for me if I am trying to start a food business because then I can see how all the food tates around the area and what different people like to eat.

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Russell Roberts's curator insight, August 8, 2013 10:13 AM

Nice honor for Hawaii Pacific University.  Despite this accomplishment, HPU is cutting back staff and programs because of a severe budget squeeze.  Aloha, Russ.

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81% of College Students and Their Families Will File For Aid Through FAFSA | Business 2 Community

81% of College Students and Their Families Will File For Aid Through FAFSA | Business 2 Community | Tenika's CE Project | Scoop.it
According to TurboTax's latest Infographic on college aid, we're made aware that the Office of Federal Student Aid processes nearly 14 million financial aid

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Filing for FAFSA is the main way to pay for college. 81% of college students file for financial aid. In the statistics shown here, 29% ofthe payment for college is from scholarships and grants. The other big chunk (28%) is from parents income and savings. Either way, more than half of how students are getting through college is not going to have to be paid back. Luckily, Washington is one of the few states to now have a deadline for filling out FAFSA. But if I fill it out I would have to get it in ASAP because that will better my chance of getting more money.

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Joshua Y.'s curator insight, November 14, 2014 1:33 PM

I learned from this that FAFSA can be of great help in paying your college tuition. Most scholarships give $500-$1000, but the FAFSA government financial aid can give up to $20,000 a year. I'll be making sure that I fill this out and turn it in by January 1st.

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How to be Successful in Business

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Via Daniel Watson
Tenika Wentworth's insight:

There are many people out in the world who strive to be successful. This article includes different aspects on how to do so. One that really caught my eye was that in order to be successful, you must do what you love and what you are truly passionate about and to have fun. If you don't love what you do as a career, how will you ever feel truly successful? Another one is tto be successful you have to be able to come up with an idea. An idea that not only serves to you but to others around you benefitting everyone. 

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Kira Saini's curator insight, March 6, 2014 9:28 AM

This article is describing how to be successful in the right way. The key factor in order to be successful is to persevere, don't be held back by something, have high expectations, your goal should be to do your best, LEARN  from your experiences, and use the knowledge to do better in the future. According to this article, success is more about learning than proving how smart you are

Ivo Nový's curator insight, October 25, 2014 11:14 AM
Although you may not be 100% successful in whatever you do, your goal should be to do your best, learn from your experiences, and use this knowledge to do better in the future.
Venkadesh Narayanan's curator insight, January 21, 5:27 AM

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An Insight To Culinary Industr

An Insight To Culinary Industr | Tenika's CE Project | Scoop.it

Culinary arts and culinary management programs are two different branches of same industry. Learn about the tip to tail of culinary domain and explore the world of food industry. 

 

 


Via amandacairos
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A lot goes into the Culinary business. If you want to go into the culinary management you need to do well with not just eating food and cooking minimal meals, you need to be able to balance the financial aspects just as well as inventing new recipes. There are also different types of chefs in the business such as a Desserts and pastry chef, baker, or a food and beverage director.

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Christien Virdell's curator insight, June 4, 2014 11:02 AM

This article outlines the difference between culinary arts and culinary management. One difference between the two is that culinary arts is an advanced method of culinary education while culinary management is specifically the managenment stuff to know about culinary. 

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How To Prepare For A Career In Culinary Arts

How To Prepare For A Career In Culinary Arts | Tenika's CE Project | Scoop.it

Have you ever considered a career in culinary arts? If you are interested in the culinary arts, you will find that there are lots of opportunities for people in this profession. Due to the increasing demand for various types of food, there will always be a need for cooks in various food outlets, hotels, and restaurants.


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Reading this article makes me think about if I really do want to go into culinary arts. In it, they say that cooking is completely different than cooking in a commercial kitchen. You have more people to deal with, during rush hour, so it can get pretty heated. I guess if I can handle pressure well then the job shouldn't be as bad.

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Christien Virdell's curator insight, May 16, 2014 1:31 PM

The most important piece of information that I took out of this article was that completing an internship and joining the appropriate associations is very important for a successful career in culinary arts because it opens many doors for you in the culinary world.

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UCF reduces tuition for business degrees - Orlando Business Journal

UCF reduces tuition for business degrees - Orlando Business Journal | Tenika's CE Project | Scoop.it
UCF reduces tuition for business degrees
Orlando Business Journal
The University of Central Florida plans to reduce tuition for four of its business degrees, including two MBAs, in hopes to attract more working professionals.
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Looking into this article, and reading about how they are lowering the tuition for students going into the business degree makes me want to go into that degree even more. I know that my school isn't lowering it as well but possibly in the next 4 years it could which would help me out financially in a positive way. There is an increase in competion for jobs in the business field but I like that because it will make me work even harder.

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