A 2009 follow-up study reveals that seven out of 10 companies are engaging in business-model innovation, and an incredible 98% are modifying their business models to some extent. Business model innovation is undoubtedly here to stay.Read More
Doing something entrepreneurial, doesn’t necessarily make one an entrepreneur. In my opinion, true entrepreneurship is a lifestyle powered by passion, creativity, purpose, instinct, courage, a charismatic confidence to go along with a never give up attitude.Read More
They don’t wait to be told what to do, or for conditions to be perfect, or to be handed the resources they need on a platter. In the spirit of a famous slogan, they just go out and do it. End of story. Sounds simple, right? But it’s not an easy process by any means.
by Ramon Nuez Jr. @Addicted to success
When you are feverishly building your start-up, there are 1 million things that must be done. And if just one of those million things is off by just a fraction of a millimetre — failure. As an entrepreneur, you are frequently courting failure, and because of the ever-present chaos, you are trying to do everything yourself. Why, because no one can do the job better than you.
It’s been a gruelling six years since I embarked upon a business idea that I had of owning my Counseling practice. I had been an employee in a non-profit organization for about twenty-one years. I had not actually owned my own business before but having read many business books, listened to tons of audios – podcasts and online courses and participated in countless webinars and seminars.Read More
Youth entrepreneurship gives young people the opportunity to chart their own destinies. Even if they don’t start a business, youth involved in entrepreneurship programs gain skills and become more innovative and effective employees and managers.Read More