A wise man once said, “If Plan-A doesn’t work, the alphabet has 25 more letters! Stay cool.” If you aren’t able to make enough money from your day job, then one of the best options for you is to start a part-time business. Initiating a part-time business is a profitable business and the potential return on investment and total income is as rewarding as a full-time entrepreneurship. It may lead to the reduction of numerous financial risks that are associated with capitalism along with the constant generation of income and simultaneous gains from your full time job.
Everything in life is not permanent. Sooner or later, everything seems to fade away. Same is the case with your customer base. Every customer, at some point or the other, seems to make attempts for saving their hard-earned money. For this, they may act choosy or fickle and for this, they might even end up leaving your company. They make the necessary efforts to save their money as much as you making efforts to earn. Both of these factors are indirectly related to each other, so you must create a healthy balance between the two factors in order to build a happy and satisfied customer-base.
You work all your life in hope of a comfortable retirement. However, unless planned carefully, retirement can be all your nightmares coming true-your salary, the regular stream of income would dried up while expenses, such as health care and living, would have only shot up. Here are four simple keys to ensure your golden years are spent comfortably.
Every entrepreneurial venture starts with a good idea, evolves to a bunch of amazing ideas, and with any luck, ends up as a successful business.
But how do you move from that first idea to your final success?
Here are 10 steps to move your dreams into reality:
1. Define the Difference
You need to be clear about how your product is unlike other competitors.Suppose your dream involves a new type of social media that lets you create online collections of visuals that people can share. Are you talking about Pinterest? Slideshare? Instagram? You need to set yourself apart. If your idea is not clearly defined, people may have a “been there, done that” view of it.
The Greatest Business Secret in the World:
When we think of success in business, most of us think in terms of dollars, cents, statistics, facts, and figures. Yet all those measures of success are determined by the behavior of customers and the employees who serve them. Reward customers, and you’ll create and keep them. Fail to reward customers and you’re out of business. That’s the Greatest Business Secret in the World. So simple, so obvious, and so ignored.
Everybody wants to be productive, but they find themselves struggling to manage time to finish the day-to-day tasks/activities. The problems are varied and some of them are related to psychology. In the absence of time management, individuals find themselves floating, without being able to concentrate on a single task, till it gets completed. Scientology calls it, “bad control”. It creates confusion, chaos, distraction, procrastination and many other issues and you end up without being able to finish any task, at the end of the day. It is also called the butterfly mind, which keeps on wandering here and there.
Most of the customer service operations have moved from call centers to social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter. Because of the popularity of Twitter for business purposes, it becomes very important for the companies to maintain their page on Twitter and run their customer services through it. There are many customers on Twitter, who like to query and get answered on Twitter itself and there are very few people these days, who actually contact the call centers to get their queries resolved. The trend is changing. That is the reason we should take the following steps to improve our customer services through interaction on Twitter:
Starting fresh as a freelancer? You might live in the fear that slow down is around the corner and that clients are hard to come-by and that any client that comes your way is your only hope; and similar things…
That’s inexperience! Taking up random projects that do not suit your business equals to nothing. Did you ever say ‘no’ to a client yet?
When Shakespeare said, ‘Better three hours too soon, than one minute too late’ he would have never thought how easy it would get with time to manage and keep a track of it. With technological advancements, there have easier ways to track time. But we are not going to discuss what and how we can do it but, we would rather focus on the why and how it helps.
If you ever wonder why your employees are not liking it the way it is, then this one’s for you…..
You try insanely to keep them interested, pour your heart over, but there’s no positive. They are really hard to please. No wonder, it has started affecting your business as well. Now, what to do? How to please your dear workers?
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