When I write a blog post or article I try to concentrate on my subject, to figure out what my audience might want to read and research all the necessary parameters concerning my subject and the objectives I want to focus on. But writing for a blog, on purpose, is quite different in style and in context, from writing in general. More so when you have to deal with business writing! In business writing, you write to reach some specific objectives and your audience and how to serve them best must comes first!
To startup, a new idea, approach at a business level is not always easy. Ideas are not the only resource you need and, resources are, indeed, scarce! To be the person can verify and develop an idea to business it needs a lot of work. It needs a lot of work with yourself and your, wannabe, business, a solid strategy and several more skills, competencies, and disciplines you need to employ to have a winning chance!
Books are of the most valuable resources for new entrepreneurs, startup founders, and business person! This is a list of some of the most important ones, can furnish new ideas and approaches to your personal and professional life!
Lessons From My 20s is an excellent presentation by Ryan Allis!
Today online connected world defines business operational models, older entrepreneurs would find at least “paradoxical”! Our today business growing and international ecosystem includes the large corporations, non-profit organizations, small business owners, solopreneurs, edupreneurs, social media entrepreneurs and any other kind of business operation can provide a viable and viable business.
Before a long time ago, a friend of mine wanted to quit his day job and to start a business with scale models! Yes, scale models! He is a fan, hobbyist, model scale constructor, and had a long time distinctions in the area, developing more than 300 different scaled models and helping other people to build them! Not a so much hi-tech ambition, but a valid one, as well!
One of the major problems in today’s business is the lack of planning and objectives. Many people have started a new business in order to test and (hoping!) to prove right the business model they have in their mind, but rarely this happens without a proper vision, strategy, goals, and objectives. The lack of these elements defines the absence of business as we know it!