2010_Set_2-_Research_and_Tools

2010_Set_2-_Research_and_Tools - Today PRAIRIE MILL...

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PRAIRIE MILL ATLANTIC DATA Today…
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FYI The wheel of life Balance in these areas: Leisure, recreation, fun Physical environment Financial comfort Purpose in life (career) Health Relationships - family Relationships – friends Spiritual Surprising simple Fundamental consideration Often ignored Panel of entrepreneurs wish they had considered…
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Ten Mistakes Made by the Newly Self- Employed by Steve Pavlina Selling to the wrong people Spending too much money Spending too little money Putting on a fake front Assuming a signed contract will be honoured Going against intuition Being too formal Sacrificing your personality quirks Failing to focus on value creation Failing to optimize
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Why Companies Fail Poor management skills Poor delegation and organizational ability Lack of depth in management team Lacking grasp of key elements of strategy Entrepreneurial incompetence, such as poor understanding of finances and business markets Lack of experience
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Why Companies Fail Inadequate marketing capabilities difficulty in marketing product market too small, nonexistent, or declining too much competition problems with distribution systems
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Why Companies Fail Inadequate financial capabilities weak skills in accounting and finance lack of budgetary control inadequate costing systems incorrect valuation of assets unable to obtain financial backing
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course ECON 220 taught by Professor Malleck,geoff during the Winter '10 term at Waterloo.

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