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Managing your own business - 6/15/2008 2:39:51 AM   


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There are so many aspects to managing one's own business. There is the finance, the marketing , sales and acustomer relations. I find it is better rather than taking on employees to outsource some things like finance, accounting, web-design. The more you outsource the more you are able to get on with your core business. It is important to be on good relations with all the above people and arrange regular meeetings in order to ensure things are going as planned.

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RE: Managing your own business - 12/17/2009 3:44:38 AM   


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RE: Managing your own business - 7/20/2010 8:29:35 AM   


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I think the best education you can get is by diving in and learning from your mistakes. Start off with a small, simple business that you don't have to invest that much money in. Make mistakes, be creative. Take those lessons learned into a more complex business. Continue this process, and you will be a very wise business owner by the time you want to run a multi-million dollar enterprise.

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RE: Managing your own business - 3/15/2011 1:19:31 AM   


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Another measure that can be adopted is avoiding to make a mistake. So before diving into the business why not consult a professional in the field.

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RE: Managing your own business - 3/16/2012 5:12:00 AM   


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its ok to have mistakes in start and learn from if some found troubles or difficulites in startup then it can make it strong form basis and there would be no big loss instead of investing your each and every thing without and experience
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RE: Managing your own business - 4/22/2012 11:01:31 PM   


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Whatever your plan involves–services or products–managing your own business takes certain skills beyond the specialized knowledge that makes you good at what you do.


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RE: Managing your own business - 5/2/2012 2:57:54 AM   


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It is right that most people start business but are not able to manage it well which led them to stop or quit. Before starting a business one should concern with the experienced person and learn from others mistakes. It is better to take some tips from successful business owners.

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RE: Managing your own business - 5/8/2012 4:30:41 AM   


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It is right that there are some department to manage the own business. People start the business, and not able to manage it well. If you want to start a business, I think you should concern with the experienced person and learn from mistakes.

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RE: Managing your own business - 5/16/2012 4:59:24 AM   


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Managing a business takes knowledge, discipline, problem-solving skills, determination and stamina. And it helps if you can juggle.

Finances. Inventories. Employees. Equipment. Processes. Marketing. Sales. Customers. Growth. And much more.
Managing a business requires so much more than just knowledge of key business practices. For all we must learn about some basic leadership traits and decision-making skills that every manager needs to make a business run successfully.

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RE: Managing your own business - 10/16/2012 11:38:27 PM   


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That is the plan many companies execute to focus on main work and outsourcing the remaining tasks to a certain company . Managing every aspect is necessary for the growth of the business taking various other points stated in previous answers to be considered along with.

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RE: Managing your own business - 2/4/2013 10:26:05 PM   


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You're right,managing your business is really challenging,in Finland many business focus on managing and advertising which lead to some business a good popularity one of their main method is using some roll up banner and exhibition table at which i am amaze that still very effective as an advertising tool.

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RE: Managing your own business - 5/10/2013 4:20:58 AM   


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Spouse that some discovered inconveniences or difficulties in start up then it can make it solid shape groundwork and there might be no enormous misfortune rather than contributing your every single thing with out perfect plan.



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RE: Managing your own business - 8/11/2015 12:07:05 AM   


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Hello i have an investor with a capital of about $80, 000 000 in all her investment willing to invest in any business but need a partner who can run the business . So if you want any person to invest with you then you can contact me for more info . But her interest is in three countries .Norway , UAE , AND in UK . She is willing to invest in Building Hotels , Real Estate , Gas and Oil and also setting up restaurant also with retail stores if you can bring to her a good business proposal. Also interested in expanding small businesses . My email is . She deals in Gold and diamonds, crude oil and hotels, catering, construction company, Hospitality companies and some others, just to name a few. I am here to seek on advice and help help her get a lucrative business ,where one can invest a capital worth $80 million dollars. I want to diversify investment, that way she can buy shares from companies and stock market and also own businesses, but i need an experience business man to help me out. We are ready to finance the investment You reply either through email

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RE: Managing your own business - 7/9/2016 2:28:52 AM   


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Yes, I do agree with your saying that it is always convenient to outsource your business so that you can give time for your actual business . I have seen many business owners who prefer to hire professionals for designing their website , promoting it and for updating their existing website. One of my friend also took help from experienced BBEX marketing( professionals for creating an attractive website for her new business .

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