Category: business


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http://www.meettheboss.tv/broadcast/?contributorFullName=liane-hornsey&mediaTitle=liane-hornseythe-full-interview&mediaFileId=1019&chapterSeek=0

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Old management style, old beliefs but young people and bright minds, how do those things fit together? I believe sometimes they just don’t .

Thinking on how one day i want to build my own company i will just keep in mind what is really important, and i hope you will do the same.

Let’s focus more on results, let’s value people at work for the value they are able to produce and not on other silly reasons that nowadays are actually a good reason to fire employees, as facebook and chats and websites.

I care about the results you bring on the table and on work delivered on time…. then if you want to work in your swimming pool, drinking tequila chatting with your friend i don’t care!

Enjoy the talk!

definitely worth watching!
http://www.ted.com/talks/cameron_herold_let_s_raise_kids_to_be_entrepreneurs.html

I received this newsletter and i really found it inspiring in his way and i tought to share it with you

Find Your Passion.

Running a business is tiring, time-consuming, and often frustrating. It’s not uncommon for the “Entrepreneurial Light” to burn out. However, if you’re not excited about your products or services, no one else is going to be. And, who wants to buy a product/service they’re not enthusiastic about?

Quick tips for regaining your passion:

  • Write down all the reasons you love your products or services
  • Tell others the story of why you became an entrepreneur
  • Imagine what you want your business to look like in 5 years (even if it’s unrealistic… perhaps especially if it’s unrealistic!)
  • Read inspirational books, blogs, and articles about small business ownership
  • Take time to rejuvenate

Look, you became an entrepreneur for a reason. And, how you feel about your company is going to be reflected in the risks you’ll take, the way you interact with your customers, and the amount of money you bring in!

Ray Kroc (founder of McDonald’s) said, “If you work just for the money, you’ll never make it, but if you love what you’re doing, and always put the customer first, success will be yours.”

Be passionate! Be excited! Learn to love your business, your customers, and the simple joys of small business ownership. Pass that passion on to your employees and customers, and you’ll see a phenomenal difference in the growth and success of your business!

Sincerely,

Clate Mask
CEO, Infusionsoft
www.infusionsoft.com