Opposite to what I thought at a first time, five days ago Pixelotto has been release and collected in that day, more than 80 thousand dollars, with many mini banners in the site. There is no doubt that Alex Tew has businessman’s blood.
About Pixelotto’s release, that same day the BBC published an article about what Alex Tew did in the past. They tell that Alex didnâ€™t want to invest in other business ideas, but in buying a house. Could the best business be, the one in which we donâ€™t invest?
Work.com brings a â€œGuide to start a Gardening Businessâ€, to help you get started in turning your hobby into a successful gardening business, but we can apply in almost everyÂ new project.
Â In their own words: â€œBy learning about the many local, regional and national resources available , you can increase both knowledge and profit, and build a strong client base in your local community.â€
They give four outstanding action steps that I summarize bellow:
Pat Croce, make us remember that in this new world full of competition, our best weapons are fresh ideas that can distinguish our products or services.
But yes, some times we can face a mental blank at our drawing board and then take us to the right moment to explore new ways to come up with creative thoughts.
Because thought its true, by learning their brainstorming patterns, we can demystify our creative thought processes and generate better ideas with more regularity; itâ€™s also true that activities as daydream considered by many as a waste of time are actually invaluable pieces of the creativity machine.
Paul Lemberg, bring us the â€œTen Entrepreneurial mistakesâ€, we can usually find in our business path. He makes us remember that when we are novel is hard to avoid certain mistakes, but in his own words: â€œMany of the following mistakes are hard to avoid even if we are an old hand.â€
1. Big Customer Syndrome. Following the new idea of diversifying our customer market, Lember affirms that: If more than 50 percent of your revenues come from any one customer you may be headed for a meltdown.
2. Creating products in a vacuum. After you or your team have a brilliant idea, donâ€™t spend many time implementing it. And if you don’t get a good response, go on to the next idea.
3. Equal partnerships. Can seem fine and fair at a first glance, but as your personal and professional interests diverge, it is a sure recipe for disaster.
Actually, you can here about entrepreneurship almost everywhere, but to listen that this new culture of creativity has saved capitalism is quite surprising.
Newsweek made us remember than about 30 percent of the U.S labor force, run their own businesses and almost half of the university graduates start their own business during their careers.
Even most important, they confirm that most U.S. job growth and new technology comes from entrepreneurial companies instead of capitalism companies.
In other words, that old and strong capitalism became an entrepreneurial capitalism in order to survive in this changing world.