After eight years, I’ve determined that it’s ludicrous for college administrators, parents and future employers to demand that anyone between the ages of 18 and 24 know what she wants to do with the rest of her life.
Are you charging the right price for your services? Here are some suggestions for how to gauge it.
I attended a webinar on Tuesday called “A Business Owner’s Guide to the 2009 Economy.” Jeff Thredgold, economic futurist and owner of Thredgold Economic Associates, hosted the event. Here are a few useful notes I took.
As I did research on bankruptcy to prepare for a freelance assignment recently, I came across a sobering statistic: Nearly half of all personal bankruptcies are the result of failed business ventures. If you’re starting your own business due to recent unemployment, this could affect you even more.
Although a business plan isn’t necessary for every business, it does help you to see how feasible the business is.