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Becoming an entrepreneur is a significant step in personal and professional leadership. It requires a lot of courage to take this leap, as it means leaving behind the safety net that comes with working in an established organization and taking on all responsibility for your own business. But if you’re willing to take risks, there are numerous opportunities available through entrepreneurship – financial freedom, creative control over your work and more! The first step towards becoming an entrepreneur is understanding what kind of business you want to start up. This involves doing research into potential markets or customer needs that can be met by launching a product or service. Once you have identified these areas then it’s time to develop a strategy for success– creating a lean start-up plan which outlines how resources will be allocated in order to reach goals efficiently and quickly; writing out key objectives; researching competitors; building relationships with suppliers etc… By keeping things simple at this stage (KISS method) entrepreneurs can ensure they don't get bogged down by too much detail before their idea has been tested out properly - instead focus on just doing! Finally once everything else has been taken care off its time for marketing - finding customers who need/want what's being offered so money starts coming back into the business from sales made. There are many ways entrepreneurs can go about attracting customers such as advertising online/offline, attending events related their industry or running promotions but whatever route is chosen must align with overall brand values & mission statement set forth initially when starting up company . Doing this right should result in steady growth over time allowing individual entrepreneur achieve personal and professional leadership heights never thought possible before ! How can I help you? Discuss your new business idea, get advise or mentorship.
Start-up business · Business skills · Business management
Trusted teacher: In my opinion entrepreneurship is the highest step of personal leadership! - Do you dare to fail? What have you learned from your failure, or rather: learning moment? - Do you dare to look positively and critically at your own actions? Where is the strength of you as a person / entrepreneur? What can you outsource better? - How do I turn my idea into a company? - Who is my client? Which customer needs does my proposition provide? - How do I get customers? Keywords: Personal leadership, Dare to fail, Lean start-up, Business plan, Keep it simple stupid !, Doing business, Just Doing! Who am I? My name is Ben, 33 years old, and because of my red hair I was already 'different' from my classmates in primary school. Over the years I have experienced that thinking differently and acting differently is not always easy, partly because society, including the people in my immediate environment, feel that they have everything. Many people are unconsciously driven by (failure) anxiety and they exhibit risk-averse behavior. For example, my parents said well meaning: You now have such a good (and nice and safe) job: Why would you risk that? Many talk a lot about it, but never take concrete steps towards starting their own business. In the meantime I have experienced that I dare to make different choices than most people. That was and is sometimes exciting, but it brings me success in private and business terms! Many consecutive 'failure' moments have brought me to where I am now: a nice father who fulfills assignments 3 days a week as a Freelance Business Developer and Data / Business Analyst and launches new start-ups in the rest of the time.
Start-up business · Entrepreneurship · Business plan
English · Traveling · Start-up business
Business management · Start-up business · Business plan
Trusted teacher: Whether you are a young graduate from a high school wishing to launch your "start-up", or a ready-to-wear seller in a supermarket, planning to open your own shop or an administrative executive dreaming of becoming a hotelier, this training is for you! Contrary to the preconceived idea, that a business plan is only produced to seek financing from a banking institution, our trainer will teach you that the production of the business plan is the essential founding act, which will "engrave your project in stone", because as Walt Disney said in one of his quotes: "Action separates a dream from a project". It is in this state of mind, with an educational and factual approach, that our trainer will guide you step by step through the various steps necessary to transform your vision into a tangible entrepreneurial project. ° Business plan = synonym of business plan Topics covered Based on his experience, our trainer will introduce you to a method of building your business plan that is easy to implement, even for an audience allergic to writing and/or manipulation of figures. The topics that will be covered are: • How should my business plan be organized? - Explanation of my project and its advantages. - How much does it cost and what does it bring in? • What are the elements to study to understand my market? • How to understand the competition? • How do I structure my product and service offering to meet demand? • What communication should be put in place to publicize my products and services? • What are the financial documents to prepare, so as not to forget anything? Target audience For all those who wish, whatever their training: • create a business, regardless of its size and/or activity, • buy back a goodwill, an existing company, • structure a project in progress, in order to start with sound bases, • apply for a line of credit from a bank or financing organization.
Business plan · Start-up business · Entrepreneurship
Business skills · Start-up business · Business accounting
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Research Methods Statistics and Analytics-Thesis Assistance (BS MS and Phd level)- Qualitative and Quantitative research methods-SPSS STATA
Jad
Jad provided exceptional help and gave great recommendations on how the overall paper could be improved. The sessions were not only value adding to construct the paper optimally but also to gain insight as to how researchers work in real life. I really enjoyed the sessions as Jad was a very knowledgable and patient tutor who was always giving his best to help out (also given the time constraints and tight schedule that I was facing). Thank you again so much for everything!!
Review by INGA
Financial Trading and Investing in the stock market (Amsterdam)
Simone
Simone is fantastic, he has great knowledge, customises his delivery to suit your requirements, is extremely flexible and accommodating, and goes above and beyond in ensuring he is always providing and exceptional service. I highly recommend him to anyone interested in expanding their knowledge in these topics.
Review by FARLAN
Dashboards / Reports / Analyzes with Excel (The Hague)
Ben
Ben is very good at explaining new concepts and is easy to understand. I also like that he allows me to choose the topics of focus and that I can practice with my real project!
Review by CLAIRE