ENTR3310 test 1 - priority things Anything which is not consumed by high priority will be consumed by low priority perital principle – 25 of what

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Speaker 1 – Carlos -HCC UH, finance major, changed to entrepreneurship -worked with Bill Sherrill -Plankpro business aspect of restaurants -made mistake of not selling business at the right time -equity positions -deficit-13-14trillion current -bizbuysell.com, mergernetwork.com Speaker 2 – Chris -99 graduate. “tom” wanted to invest in his dot com company -went to California, worked business plan Dr. D Martini -parkinsons law – if you don’t fill up your day w/ high-priority things, your day will be filled with low-
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Unformatted text preview: priority things. Anything which is not consumed by high priority will be consumed by low priority.- perital principle – 25% of what you do, will give you 75% results.-ricardo’s law – a system is more efficient if it delegates into specialty.-5 S’s of leadership – know your service. Specialize knowledge. Learn to speak. Learn how to sell. SAVE money!...
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2010 for the course POLS AND I 3351, 3352 taught by Professor Carlton,tedin,le,o'brien during the Spring '09 term at University of Houston.

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