9th Edition of The Carnival of Leadership Growth
Welcome to the 8th edition of carnival of leadership growth. This edition has a lot of great posts and I hope you enjoy. Thank you for stopping by and thank you bloggers for taking time to write such great thoughts. The next edition will be posted July 1.
Contracts are really only a starting point – and often turn out to be a false start – for a project. Ongoing and frank conversations between all parties help keep disappointment at bay, and execution on track.
Vahid Chaychi presents Tens of Different Ways to Make Money from Home and through the Internet and Your Personal Computer posted at Internet and Search Engine Marketing, saying, “To start working from home, you really don’t need to join any home business program and probably get scammed. You can easily start your home business through selling ClickBank digital products, blogging, stock exchange, Forex, eBay, accounting and … .”
Sagar Satapathy presents Business Fund.com » How To: Bootstrap It (27 Tips) posted at Business Fund.com.
CA presents Similarities – B-2-B posted at Atlantic Canada’s Small Business Blog, saying, ““Running a business is like bringing up a baby.” No doubt you may have heard this analogy. You really do not realize its significance until you have a baby AND have entrepreneurship experience. It has to be both as I am finding out. Our baby is less than a month old and we are overwhelmed. I remember going through the exact same feeling with my previous venture seven years ago.”
Mike Harmon presents Every Business Organization Needs Data Entry Services posted at Basic Accounting.
Aaron Wakling presents A Credit Card For A Small Or New Business Can Be A Powerful Monetary Tool posted at The Credit & Credit Card Blog.
Paula presents Career & Money Part 8 – Making the Most of Your Career posted at Queercents, saying, “Whether you are an entrepreneur by trade or not, you need to take an entrepreneurial mindset if you want to make the most of your career. This is Paula’s advice in her latest edition of the Career & Money series at Queercents.”
Erek Ostrowski presents Building a Sustainable Infrastructure posted at Verve Coaching, saying, “Building a sustainable infrastructure means creating systems and procedures that can be followed consistently and reliably, and that require as little time, thought and energy as possible.”
To Control Events.
In order to control events, the manager must perform a number of tasks simultaneously on the job.
First, the manager must anticipate future events and their impact on the organization.
But attempting to forecast events is fraught with minefields, and it must be addressed — the future has three characteristics:”
Shamelle presents Escape From Your Comfort Zone To Bring Out The Best In You posted at Enhance Life.
Stacey Derbinshire presents Why You Would Be VERY Wise To Start A Business While You Still Have Your Day Job posted at Starting a Small Home Business.
Tom Stanley presents How to Investigate a Business Franchise Opportunity posted at Tom’s Franchise Information Blog, saying, “Thinking of buying a Franchise business? Don’t make these common mistakes. My article tells you the mistakes people can make.”
Craig Harper presents The REAL SECRET of Success. posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, “But without doubt, the toughest ‘sale’ I ever have to make (and I make it daily) is the value (idea, notion, concept, whatever you want to call it) of discipline.
When I tell people that they don’t need a pill, powder, potion, product, gadget or gizmo… they simply need some discipline in their world, they are typically disappointed.
They really want someone or something to do it (whatever it is) for them.”
Jason Rakowski presents Cellular Retailers Must Greet Customers within 30 Seconds – Study posted at Learn Good Customer Service, saying, “This is a great case study to show how customer service can improve your business. Lean to make more money by serving you customers.”
Christopher J. Brunner presents Using Your Business to Serve the Community posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, “Taking community service a step further by giving more than just a donation to charity.”
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