Time and time again, I watch new businesses open and close! It recently dawned on me that there are several "classic" mistakes that business owners are making. I have compiled a short list of tips that I hope you will find helpful!
Every success person I have I ever talked to or read about have one major thing in common... A Success Notebook. This notebook not only holds their thoughts and feelings, but their goals, people they've met, and, of course, an outline.
Short on cash? Struggling to get by? You are not alone!
The hospitality industry expects you to tip their employees and employees expect to be tipped.
While many people believe that you can't start a career without college, there are tons of jobs that don't require a degree. Many people just don't feel like college is for them, and that's okay. So long as you're willing to work hard, there are plenty of high-paying occupations you can take on.
No one likes budgeting. The very word, budget, gives people the feeling of restriction and financial stress. While creating a budget and sticking to it can leave you a bit restricted, it's not really meant to leave you feeling that way. The biggest reason to budget is to make sure you don't end up spending above your means. It's also meant to help you save as much as you can in case of an emergency, so that you don't go into debt trying to pay off medical bills or car and home repair bills.
Alright, it’s a topic that everyone brings up and that everyone seems to have some trick or talent for doing. But let’s face it, saving money can be hard. Especially if you’re a young adult living on your own for the first time. Below, I’m going to outline the simple steps you can take to save roughly 10 percent of your income every year.
An angel investor, more precisely known within the international financial world as a business angel or angel financier, is an affluent individual who provides capital for innovative business start-ups. To qualify under the United States Securities Exchange Commission's (SEC) definition of an accredited investor, a financial angel must have a net worth of at least $1 million and earn at least $200,000 to $300,000 a year if investing jointly with a spouse. According to recently released figures from the IRS, about 3.9 million persons in the U.S. qualify as accredited investors.
If you’ve been marking off the days since President Trump obtained the nuclear codes with increasing trepidation, now might be the time to brush up on your post-apocalyptic resume. Just because your LinkedIn profile and digital portfolio won’t work any more doesn’t mean you can’t present yourself effectively in a new world order. It really is survival of the fittest out there, so make sure you’re up to speed with these top tips.
We have all heard the saying that time is money, but have you ever considered that money is time? In mathematics, the word "is" functions exactly like an equal sign. Therefore, if the saying "time is money" is true (which it certainly is), then it implies that "money is time" is just as true.