Category Archives: Business Planning

When Sales are Poor…

Sometimes people fall into a business without much thought. Authors, for instance  write books, and we only realise we need to be business-like when sales are poor. Can you turn a hobby into a business? Lucky you, if you love … Continue reading

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Don’t Undersell Yourself!

It was fun visiting Angela Wren at home today, when we talked about the business of writing… my main concern: DONT UNDERSELL YOURSELF!! http://jamesetmoi.blogspot.com/…/please-welcome-friend-and-…

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Bursting With an Idea

Part 4: Starting Your Own Business. There are many types of businesses, some of them overlapping and interlinking, and as a generalist, I have met with an interesting variety of clients. My following list gives readers an idea of this diversity, … Continue reading

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What Works For You?

Part 3. Starting Your Own Business. Before you can start building a Business Plan, you must, of course, have a definite idea of what your business is going to be. I am astounded at the different reasons for which people … Continue reading

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The Power of Dreaming

Are you the right sort of person to have your own business? Only you can answer that question. But here are some pointers to help towards a decision. Running your business is scary. It’s not like having a job, with … Continue reading

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Going It Alone

You’re not Dragons’ Den material – yet. You have the secret glimmer of an idea which just might turn into a brainwave. It’s been recurring in your mind and wont go away. The more you think of it, the more … Continue reading

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