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Quote: Starting up a business

Tweet I never get the accountants in before I start up a business. It’s done on gut feeling, especially if I can see that they are taking the mickey out of the consumer. Richard Branson

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How to nail your dream job with your cover letter

Tweet The cover letter may very well spell the success or failure of job-hunting. Employers read your cover letter and see if you’re the person they’re looking for. So you have only one shot at making a good first impression. Remember, you’re not the only one applying for the job, so you better make this work. In this post you’ll …

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Bring down your expenses!

Tweet In our previous post, “How to raise money for your start up” we discussed the importance of keeping your cash flowing into your bank account to keep your business standing up. But the fact is, it’s a two-way process. sooner or later money is going to flow out of your pockets . It’s part of life. And there’s always …

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You’re not a huge company. So stop pretending!

Tweet Have you ever had the dilemma of thinking about what to write in your website so that A-list companies would take notice? Were you ever frustrated about the lack of results even though you’ve used all the fancy words and terms to describe your company and services? Where did you go wrong? In order for your website to yield …

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How to Raise Money for Your Startup

Tweet Starting a business can often be very taxing – on your pocket. It can get frustrating when you have ideas but don’t have the cash required to get your business off the ground. Unless you have large and deep pockets (or a large inheritance), finding ways to get the money for your start up is going to be a …

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The Ultimate Guide to “Getting Things Done”

Tweet For those of you who haven’t read the book, “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity” or GTD by international best-selling author David Allen, you should try to grab a copy fast and read it. In the meantime, this post is a brief summary and review of the book. But don’t worry. This article is not a spoiler. …

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Challenges Freelancers Commonly Face

Tweet A freelancer’s job can be very rewarding because you get to deal with a lot of international and ‘remote’ clients. Not only do you have the opportunity to learn different cultures, but you’re also open to the opportunity of learning new ways to do business. Yes, there are a lot of great benefits in being a freelancer and the …

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Your Business: Focus or Fail

Tweet You may have been successful in keeping up with a lot of things in your life, but as sure as the sun rises every morning, there will be times when you’re just plain scattered: your mind wanders around, you miss your deadlines, your work becomes mediocre, and your morale is down. You sit on your favorite chair, take a …

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The Startup’s Dilemma: Bootstrap or Venture Funding?

Tweet Back in the glory days of the .com boom…and bust…it was in vogue to come up with an interesting idea, have no idea how to monetize it, stick “.com” in the name and wait for VC’s to throw money at you.  Then you use it to build an expensive office, hire a bunch of developers, etc. and enjoy the …

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Time Tracking, Price Reductions and $9 Basic Plan

Tweet We’re so excited to inform you of a number of changes we’ve made. New: Time Tracking We’ve added Time Tracking to the Bronze Plan ($19) and up. You can add Time Logs ‘freestyle’ or you can add them to Todo Items. Of course, you can then generate reports to see how many hours you’ve worked and on what. Never forget …

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