Best Tips to keep in mind to start your business

Erika White
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Undertake alone, get started. For those who are still hesitant to start their own business, who asks themselves a thousand theoretical or practical questions, the book 44 tips for starting your business written by Alain Fernandez, consultant and trainer of business creators, provides practical tips and concrete examples. . Divided into seven parts, the book provides 44 tips to get you started.

Fight against preconceived ideas and prejudices, simple advice to gain self-confidence, keys to network and achieve lasting success: this book addresses different stages of entrepreneurial preparation. Here are the good sheets and 5 truths, always good to remember.

Tip number 1: I don’t go solo to get rich quickly¬†

A good majority of young business creators still have not stopped believing in fairy tales and the heroes of our childhood. Lovers of beautiful sagas, they read and listen with a touch of devotion to the dithyrambic portraits of mythical entrepreneurs painted by the media as part of the popularization of entrepreneurship. Presented as modern day knights who would have swapped the quest for the Grail for the ultra-rapid accumulation of millions of euros, these legendary business leaders are thus magnified to demonstrate that fortune is accessible to anyone willing to give it away bother. Let’s keep reason.

If there are many called, there are very few chosen. For a very small dozen quick enrichments, we can no longer count the number of bankruptcies of creators who have opted for the wrong path, fascinated by the mirrors with larks placed on their course. We can perfectly be happy without being concerned on a daily basis by the search for an even bigger safe for put away their ingots. Enrichment can be a consequence, it is never a goal, but that does not mean that we will have to prepare for lasting lean times. Even if the race for wealth is not the main objective, it is very comfortable to have a regular and sufficient income to meet one’s needs and build up some reserves.

With a good, well-built business model, you can improve your daily life very significantly. Fascinated by the lark mirrors placed on their course. One can perfectly be happy without being concerned on a daily basis by looking for an even larger chest to store their ingots. Enrichment can be a consequence, it is never a goal, but that does not mean that we will have to prepare for lasting lean times. Even if the race for wealth is not the main objective, it is very comfortable to have a regular and sufficient income to meet one’s needs and build up some reserves. With a good, well-built business model, you can improve your daily life very significantly.

Fascinated by the lark mirrors placed on their course. One can perfectly be happy without being concerned on a daily basis by looking for an even larger chest to store their ingots. Enrichment can be a consequence, it is never a goal, but that does not mean that we will have to prepare for lasting lean times. Even if the race for wealth is not the main objective, it is very comfortable to have a regular and sufficient income to meet one’s needs and build up some reserves.

With a good, well-built business model, you can improve your daily life very significantly. an even larger chest for storing ingots. Enrichment can be a consequence, it is never a goal, but that does not mean that we will have to prepare for lasting lean times. Even if the race for wealth is not the main objective, it is very comfortable to have a regular and sufficient income to meet one’s needs and build up some reserves. With a good, well-built business model, you can improve your daily life very significantly.

An even larger chest for storing ingots. Enrichment can be a consequence, it is never a goal, but that does not mean that we will have to prepare for lasting lean times. Even if the race for wealth is not the main objective, it is very comfortable to have a regular and sufficient income to meet one’s needs and build up some reserves. With a good, well-built business model, you can improve your daily life very significantly. a regular and sufficient income to meet his needs and build up some reserves. With a good, well-built business model, you can improve your daily life very significantly. a regular and sufficient income to meet his needs and build up some reserves. With a good, well-built business model, you can improve your daily life very significantly.

Tip number 2: I no longer hesitate to express my talents and develop my own qualities

The multiplication of procedures is quite revealing of the chronic lack of confidence of the ruling layers towards the executants of the company. For several decades now, management gurus have rightly recommended developing “empowerment”. This fairly expressive Anglicism signifies an effective transfer of the power of actions and decisions. This accomplished form of delegation frightens more than one leader. They are therefore seeking to frame it using ever more restrictive procedures.

Presented as guides, they turn out to be a real shackle which hinders all initiative-taking. The multiplication of procedures in business acts like an authentic “Denver clog” placed on the driving wheels of innovation. Let us never lose sight of the fact that the verb “innovate” cannot be conjugated without giving itself the freedom to break the established rules. Once freed from most of these procedures without real foundation, the independent entrepreneur will avoid referring to it by a acquired automatism, a conditioned reflex, to unleash its capacity for innovation. Linus Torvalds, initiator of the Linux system, the flagship of open source software, explained the success of a definitive formula: “No method!” Specialists in work organization use the metaphor of “bazaar” to designate the mode of development of the Linux system, compared to the more conventional “cathedrals” implemented by commercial software engineering companies. It’s up to each to judge … cannot be combined without giving oneself the freedom to break the established rules.

Once freed from most of these procedures without real foundation, the independent entrepreneur will avoid referring to them by an acquired automatism, a conditioned reflex, to free his capacities for innovation. Linus Torvalds, initiator of the Linux system, the flagship of open source software, explained the success of a definitive formula: “No method!” Specialists in work organization use the metaphor of “bazaar” to designate the mode of development of the Linux system, compared to the more conventional “cathedrals” implemented by commercial software engineering companies. It’s up to each to judge … cannot be combined without giving oneself the freedom to break the established rules. Once freed from most of these procedures without real foundation, the independent entrepreneur will avoid referring to them by an acquired automatism, a conditioned reflex, to free his capacities for innovation.

Linus Torvalds, initiator of the Linux system, the flagship of open source software, explained the success of a definitive formula: “No method!” Specialists in work organization use the metaphor of “bazaar” to designate the mode of development of the Linux system, compared to the more conventional “cathedrals” implemented by commercial software engineering companies. It’s up to each to judge … the independent entrepreneur will avoid referring to it by an acquired automatism, a conditioned reflex, to release his capacities of innovation. Linus Torvalds, initiator of the Linux system, the flagship of open source software, explained the success of a formula definitive: “No method!” Specialists in work organization use the metaphor of “bazaar” to designate the mode of development of the Linux system, compared to the more conventional “cathedrals” implemented by commercial software engineering companies. It’s up to each to judge.

 

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Erika White is a graduate of Parsons School of Design. Erika is based in Manhattan but travels much of the year. Erika has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Here at Morning News Ledger, Erika covers entertainment stories, focusing on performance arts and culture.