Business Skills:

Entrepreneurial Success

The Entrepreneur

The Key Personality, Environmental, and Action Factors

 

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Founder, Ten3 Business e-Coach Inspiration and Innovation Unlimited!

 

 

 

 

 "Everyone has a talent. What is rare is the courage to nurture it in solitude and to follow the talent to the dark places where it leads." ~ Erica Jong

 

Venturepreneur

8x8 Winning Habits

80/20 Principle

10 Golden Rules for Successful Carriers

  • Become self-employed early in your career... More

Would-Be Entrepreneur

Reality Check

Be a Negative Optimist

Venture Planning

11 Keys To a Good First Venture

SWOT Analysis for a Start-Up Venture

Top 10 List of “Easiest Businesses To Start”

Customer Assessment

Venture Map To Financing

Entrepreneurship

Attributes of an Entrepreneur

High-Tech Entrepreneur

Venurepreneur's 8×8 Winning Habits

Entrepreneurial Success

Entrepreneurial Creativity

Entrepreneurial Organization

Entrepreneurial Leadership

10 Steps to Develop Entrepreneurial Staff

The Deal-Killer Entrepreneurial Personality

Be a Negative Optimist

Be the Best Possible

Startup Firm

4 Entrepreneurial Strategies

Milestone Chart

Milestone Program Recommended by Indiaco

Start-up Capital Formation Process

5 Tips for Internet Startups

Rules for Business Success

Buying a Small Business: Determining the Value

What Changes as Company Grows

Venture Management

Venture Management Laws

Venture Management vs. Corporate Management

5 Key Risks Critical to the Survival of New Companies

5 Critical Success Factors for New Ventures

Business Plan

Business Plan Basics

Startup Business Plan

Business Model

New Business Models

Selecting the Right Business Model for Your Startup Venture

Small Business

Growth Categories of Small Firms

12 Reasons Why Companies Fail

10 Deadly Small Business Mistakes

7 Simple Steps to Small Business Success

10 Commandments for Building a Growing Business

9 Super-Slick Secrets to Boost Your Small Business Performance

New Product / Service Development

10 Steps to Turning Your Ideas / Inventions into Big Cash Wealth

Test Marketing Your New Product or Service

Venture Financing

Step-by-Step Guide To Obtaining Venture Capital

Using Intellectual Property Assets To Finance Your Business

Making the Best of the Venture Capital Obtained

Success Stories

Jeff Bezos

Sabeer Bhatia

Coco Chanel

Michael Dell

Steve Jobs

Phillip H. Knight

Estee Lauder

Konosike Matsushita

Innovatel

Charles Schwab: Fast Company

What Is Entrepreneurship?

Entrepreneurship is first and foremost a mindset. It is the art of finding profitable solutions to problems.

Problem Solving Strategies: 4 Levels

Creative Problem Solving

Turning Problems Into Opportunities: 6 Tips

Every successful entrepreneur, every successful businessperson has been someone who's been able to identify a problem and come up with a solution to it before somebody else did. >>>

For high-tech entrepreneurs, a key motivator is a challenge of venturing into a terra incognita and being the first.

The Magic of Action

Surprise To Win: 3 Strategies

 


The Key To Entrepreneurial Success

Successful entrepreneurs make much more money than average ones because they found a way to tap into a need in the market... More

Entrepreneurial Creativity: Yin-Yang Strategies

Estee Lauder: 15 Rules for Entrepreneurial Success

 Success Stories Best Business Practices Konosuke Matsushita

Konosuke Matsushita, Founder of Panasonic, was born into a well-off landowning family in 1894. A decline in the family's fortunes during his childhood meant that Matsushita's education was cut short. At age 9 he became a brazier's apprentice, then a year later a bicycle shop apprentice. At age 16 he went to work in the Osaka Electric Light Company.

Konosuke Matsushita began the Panasonic’s journey by inventing a two-socket light fixture. This very important, yet elegantly simple, breakthrough led to what is now one of the world's largest electronics companies. In the late 1980s, Matsushita’s revenues hit a whopping $42 billion. With nearly 20,000 employees, Matsushita grew such household brand names as National, Panasonic and Technics... More

 

Success Stories Best Business Practices Sam Walton

Sam Walton, the founder of Wal-Mart, grew up poor in a farm community in rural Missouri during the Great Depression. The poverty he experienced while growing up taught him the value of money and to persevere.

He served in World War II, after which he became a successful franchiser of Ben Franklin five-and-dime stores. In 1962, he had the idea of opening bigger stores, sticking to rural areas, keeping costs low and discounting heavily. The management disagreed with his vision. Undaunted, Walton pursued his vision, founded Wal-Mart and started a retailing success story. When Walton died in 1992, the family's net worth approached $25 billion. Today, Wal-Mart is the world's #1 retailer... More

Sam Walton's 10 Rules for Building a Successful Business

Success Stories Best Business Practices Ross Perot

Ross Perot has become a billionaire by discovering a customer need and filling it. When Ross Perot was working for IBM, he saw that his customers who were buying IBM computers, needed help in processing their data. He went to IBM with the idea of creating such service but they said they weren't interested.  Ross Perot started his own business and eventually sold it out for $2.8 billion dollars.

 

 

References:

  1. Entrepreneurs, Bill Bolton and John Thompson

  2. High Tech Start Up, John L. Nesheim

  3. "Money Hunt", Miles Spenser and Cliff Ennico

  4. Direct from Dell, Michael Dell with Catherine Fredman

  5. Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Peter Drucker