Tuesday, 26 February 2013
The process of truly thinking for yourself begins when you have left formal education and are actively practicing your vocation.
The great thing about learning is that it really is free. After I left university I began studying and actively engaging in business by devouring books and audio on the subject. I got a loan and grant free and attended mentor workshops to get things moving.
Wednesday, 20 February 2013
This is because there are a large number of services that a Forex broker provides that you will need in order to be profitable in the long run.
While this is a one-time task, the process of evaluating a Forex broker should not be taken lightly.
Arts Council England, the non-profit entity that provide information, support and money on UK arts grants, can help you find out if you qualify for a slice of the £2b public money available to grow or support your business or organisation.
They support many activities in the arts and humanities such as design, reading, dance, literature, music and more.
Saturday, 16 February 2013
I'll bet you've heard this cliche many times.
Has it occurred to you whoever “he” is may well have started out as a bloody awful salesman? For that matter what IS a salesperson? Do you not sell ideas every day of your life? When you want the kids to pick up their toys, when you want your spouse to agree with you, when you want a pay rise, a cheaper deal, and more meat on your plate, you are selling yourself.
The difference between an amateur and a professional is that someone who makes a living from the practice is doing so consciously.
Friday, 8 February 2013
The higher your income, the less Working Tax Credits you are eligible for. This is something you definitely want to look into if you’re starting a business because it gives you some money even if your business isn’t yet turning a profit.
Friday, 1 February 2013
The UK shifted officially out of recession last year and many people thought that meant we’d see a steady rise in business growth again. But, despite this encouraging sign, the UK economy is still in considerable trouble.
Although the government has implemented a series of initiatives to help, small businesses are still struggling to get banks to start lending to them again. Well-managed businesses need loans to promote their growth and start creating more jobs for the economy. But, at the moment banks are failing to meet the needs of small businesses. Smaller financial lenders and quick cash providers are happy to help businesses in need of extra funds to keep up with payments. A small cash loan will relieve your immediate financial strains, but it may not be enough to cover the very large expenses associated with growing a business.