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Entrepreneurship for the newbie

Entrepreneurships are not just for those with years of experience or who have loads of money; or alternatively for those who have backing from people who have loads of money and years of experience. No, quite simply, anyone who is willing to take a chance and put

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Why Not Start Up Your Own Business?

Undoubtedly, there has never been a better time to develop your inner entrepreneur and set up your own business venture in the current climate. Self-employment has boomed during the Covid 19 pandemic, and as people turn away from traditional stores, the online sector has thrived. Take some

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Improve Entrepreneurial Success with a Positive Self-Image

Self-esteem may accurately predict success or failure in a new business venture. According to Martin Zwilling of Startup Professionals, individuals with low self-esteem often overcompensate by projecting an egotistical attitude in the workplace. Such behavior tears down workplace relationships with customers and colleagues, ultimately leading to the

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The Importance of Intranets for Start-Ups

The failure rate for up and coming businesses is alarmingly high. Only the most efficient ones will survive. A large number of failed start-ups can be attributed to both the competitive nature of their sectors and the inability of managers to provide an environment where ideas are

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Entrepreneurship in the Medical Field

For obvious reasons, medicine is one of the most highly regulated fields in the world. Training to become a doctor or other senior medical professional can take years and requires a person to pass many tests and exams. This rigid structure may make it seem like a

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