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Almost everyone in his personal life and business spends time, energy and money on things that are indirectly related to our happiness and values for others. Learn to attach importance to those few people and events that give meaning to life and provide maximum income.
What do language, cinema and the Internet have in common? Perhaps a lot, but one key similarity is that all of these are pronounced examples of the exceptionally useful law of force, which always indicates where more can be obtained for less.
In 2004, two Xerox researchers found that most of the traffic on the World Wide Web was controlled by a small percentage of sites: 119 sites — less than one-tenth of 1 percent — accounted for 32 percent of all visits. 5 percent of the sites selected for the study 6000 accounted for 75 percent of visits. Continue reading
Defining the boundaries of financial sustainability of enterprises is one of the most important problems in a market economy. Inadequate financial stability may lead to a lack of funds to finance current or investment activities, while excessive financial stability will impede development by increasing the terms of capital turnover and reducing profits. Justify the parameters of such sustainability allows financial analysis. It not only provides an opportunity to judge the situation of the enterprise at the moment, but also serves as the basis for developing strategic decisions that determine the prospects for the development of the company. Continue reading
PAIRING BODIES: Entrepreneur Philippe Mundi spoke about what qualities to look for in a business partner
I opened the company alone, with a friend with whom we no longer communicate, with my future wife, brother and strangers, who later became close friends to me.
Let the heading of my note not mislead you – in fact, the ideal business partner does not exist. But you can find someone close to ideal if you choose carefully. The co-founder’s choice is similar to marriage (in my case, the partnership just ended) – if you do not fit each other, then parting is inevitable.
The relationship between the co-founders evokes a lot of emotions and is often tested for strength as the business grows. But they are worth it. I opened my first business alone – and you know what? I felt very lonely. I experienced all difficulties alone and I had no one to share the joy of victory with. So I firmly believe in the strength of the founding team. Continue reading