Tag: entrepreneurs

Feb
14

15 Habits of an Entrepreneur

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Entrepreneurs are perfectionists – They will not rest on a project until it is perfect in every sense of the word.

Entrepreneurs are goal setters – They will generally set realistic goals and continuously strive to meet them. Once met, he or she will set new-larger goals and start the process all over again.

Not lacking in confidence – Most entrepreneurs have a high amount of self confidence which allows them to work well under stress and remain focused and persistent.

Urgent in nature – Entrepreneurs understand the meaning of urgency and use it in their everyday lives. There is no room for procrastination.

Leadership abilities – Most entrepreneurs have the uncanny ability to lead others to success.


Fails to recognize authority – Entrepreneurs are under the impression they can do a better job than most and therefore usually struggle with authority type figures.

Problem solvers – It is characteristic of an entrepreneur to solve problems. They enjoy it as problem solving seems second nature to them.

Not afraid to ask for help – Even with their general leadership abilities, the entrepreneur is not afraid to ask for help. They understand there are many people in the world smarter than themselves.

Intolerable – Entrepreneurs are generally short in tolerance and unknowingly insensitive to other people’s feelings when working with a group of people.

Risk takers – Most entrepreneurs are not afraid of risk. They evaluate the risk and view it as a necessary step to success.

Creative in nature – Entrepreneurs are generally creative thinkers. It is in their nature to get outside the box.

Know their strengths and weaknesses – Entrepreneurs leverage their strengths and marginalize their weaknesses.

Willingness to fail – Successful entrepreneurs have a “never quit policy.” They expect to fail and will always keep going until the task is accomplished.

Highly educated – Whether it is self education or the teachings of a school or University, entrepreneurs believe strongly in the idea of educating themselves.

Dream Big РBecause of their extreme self confidence, most entrepreneurs dare to dream big. No idea seems too large.

Best Wishes!

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Nov
27

Using Individual Creativity as a Traffic Generator

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Your own individual creativity can generate much traffic to your website. Entrepreneurs and musicians alike share the art of being creative. If you possess this gift you can’t afford to waste it.

Website visitors and surfers respect individual creativity. If you can develop an extremely creative idea for your niche, you can generate thousands of new visitors. In some cases it could be millions!

Think along the lines of a YouTube video or possibly a collage of very powerful pictures that when combined will display a certain theme or idea. Just try to keep it somewhat related to your niche and always have a link to your site. This will help to hold the users attention and nudge them to click the link to visit your site and learn more about you and what it is that you do. If you have done a good job the new visitor will opt in to your email list and you can soon begin marketing your products to them.

Similarly, you should use your creativity inside your website as well. When you are drawing visitors in from another source they need to be able to find some useful content. You want them to be happy they visited and you surely want them to come back again. That’s the whole idea right?

There’s a ton of Web 2.0 sites out there where you can display your creativity and use it to draw your audience in such as Squidoo, YouTube, FaceBook, MySpace, Twitter, Digg, StumbleUpon, and Delicious just to name a few.

Be your own original self with your own original thoughts. Let your individual creativity flow all over the Internet always remembering to add a link to your own domain and you will soon find yourself with more new traffic than you care to count.

Best Wishes!

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Oct
27

The Glory of Home Computers And The Internet

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by: Dan Waggoner


Remember when the home computer and all it’s glory was brought to us? I guess I was about 11 or 12 years old when I had my first encounter with one. My cousin got a Commodore 64 for Christmas or a birthday or something that year. The Commodore was the first computer that was affordable enough for the average working family. I guess that would have been roughly 26 years ago. My how the time passes by!

I was so inundated with that little machine much like the rest of the world who were fortunate enough to be able to afford one. My family wasn’t able to use money to buy a computer at the time. There were many more important things to buy like food, shelter and clothes. Luckily my cousin’s family was able to purchase one.

It seemed like we stayed on that thing all day long at times. The crazy thing is 26 years later I’m still on the computer all the time. Guess what? I’m still fascinated with it too! When the Internet was introduced to us that was pretty much all it took to push me over the edge and hook me for life.

Never before were so many people able to connect in such a way at one time. The people that invented the home computer as well as the Internet are true heroes in my book. Very wealthy heroes no doubt but heroes none the less.

The home computer and the Internet was a gift to mankind. Unfortunately there are still those who are not fortunate enough to be able to experience this gift or prosper with it. If you are one of the ones fortunate enough to be connected I hope you are taking full advantage of it. The possibilities are still endless as far as what you can do with your home computer and a connection to the Internet. I believe we’ve barely scraped the surface.

These are good times! Don’t let the news media tell you otherwise. People are beginning to contract with their companies to work from home. I mean people are walking around the streets connected to the Internet with their Blackberries and iPhones for goodness sake. I’ve never seen anything like it!

More and more entrepreneurs are setting up their websites and running their businesses from home. I truly hope everybody is watching and paying attention. Children are getting smarter… people are learning…..Some are getting rich!

The glory of our home computers and the Internet have only begun.

Best Wishes!

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