Entrepreneurship Key For Women!

Entrepreneurship Key For Women!

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Entrepreneural Women

Entrepreneurship Is The New Women’s Movement

Women are leaving the workforce in droves in favor of being at home. Not to be a homemaker, but as job-making entrepreneurs.

By Natalie MacNeil

A quiet revolution is taking shape right now among women. Unlike the Quiet Revolution that began in the 1970s which saw women leave the home and enter the workforce in droves, women today are leaving the workforce in droves in favor of being at home. But unlike generations of women before, these women are opting to work in the home not as homemakers—but as job-making entrepreneurs.

Women have been starting businesses at a higher rate than men for the last 20 years and tend to create home-based micro (less than 5 employees) and small businesses. Women will create over half of the 9.72 million new small business jobs expected to be created by 2018 and more and more are doing this from home offices across the country. It’s a surprising statistic, especially considering that women-owned businesses only created 16 percent of total U.S. jobs that existed in 2010.

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A Wake-Up Call for Women Entrepreneurs

Elaine Pofeldt

        Elaine Pofeldt                      3/29/2013                               Contributor

I cover serial entrepreneurs and their ecosystem

New research by the loan broker Biz2Credit reveals some bad news about women-owned businesses: They have higher operating expenses, slimmer margins and lower credit scores than male-owned firms the same age. And they have loan approval rates that are 15% to 20% lower.

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Biz2Credit studied 14,000 businesses that sought funding through its online platform. Women make up about 29% of applicants on Biz2Credit.

Some of the differences are significant. The women-owned firms had 15% lower annual revenue, and operating expenses that are 21% higher.

These findings may not reflect all women-owned firms–after all, businesses seeking credit may need it because they have cash-flow problems–but they should not be ignored.

What explains the results? Rohit Arora, CEO of Biz2Credit, says that in his experience, many women business owners start out borrowing for their businesses on personal credit cards, instead of establishing credit in the name of their businesses. Result: They fail to build a great credit score for the business.

That has long-term consequences. If they later apply for a loan, their lower credit scores put them in a weaker position. Those who get loans may qualify for less-attractive interest rates. ”Banks are gender-blind, to a large extent,” he says.

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Inspiring Video for Women Entrepreneurs

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For discussion as to how to pursue your dreams on entrepreneurship I invite you to email me on dannorris42@gmail.com or call me n 407-749-9395.

Dan Norris
Small Business Consultant
Author

 

Important Tips For More Financial Independence

Road To Financial Independence

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Financial Independence

  • Do you have your own business now?

  • Are you thinking of starting a business soon?

  • Do you need to find a solid business opportunity?

  • Would you like to protect yourself against legal risks?

  • Would you like  to protect yourself against Identity Theft?

  • Do you believe that a good Marketing Strategy can help your business grow?

If you say yes to any of the above questions…this entire Blog is devoted to helping you to get on the…

ROAD TO FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE

For personal discussion and my responses for you on a no-charge basis I invite you to call me  on 407-749-9395 or email me on dannorris42@gmail.com. I very much look forward to talking with you.

Have a great day!

Dan Norris
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Why Limit Your Income?

US Small Businessman Of Year Award
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Why Limit Your Income?

 

Most Americans have been trained to think in terms of how much they can earn in a year, a month, a week or an hour! Think about it, when you begin placing yourself on the market for employment you must decide what you are worth to your employer in order to get them to employ you. And of course the job that you will do has a price tag as well which could be the deciding factor, at least for the wage range.  Typically when you interview for a JOB you are faced with the decision…how much money can  I have  left at the end of the month? Suppose you had no limitation to what you can earn and so therefore you work to create wealth for all your goals. Working for unlimited wealth is much more appealing to most of us than to a given wage by the hour, week, month or year.

If you look at corporations very top levels of management, executives compensation is defined in terms of wealth measured by hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars with incentive bonuses for exceeding certain goals.

Have you ever said to yourself? ..I also am very smart and given the opportunity I would be worth millions! Wouldn’t it be a novel idea if you interviewed with an employer and they give you this question…How much wealth would you like to create with us during 1 year, 3 years, 5 years, 10 years, 20 years or more, and by the way you would you like to legally Will your residual income to your family members including your grandchildren? Wouldn’t this be fantastic? Well, that is what you can say as you interview yourself for your own business. Tell yourself that there is no limit on the amount of income you can earn or the amount of ongoing residual income that you can leave to your heirs.

The obvious answer for many who choose to do so is to create wealth by starting or continuing your own business. It is a fact that multiple income streams, that is, earning money from several sources or business lines, is the most lucrative and safe way to create wealth. All businesses are not always successful forever so having your earnings system designed for several options is very smart…typically called multiple income streams.

So if you decide to get ahead in your own business, the question is how confident are you that you can be a good leader for your own company? You will be your own CEO…and that is a very important position for a company!

A person with ambition, drive, commitment, intelligence and vision can change their life with the right opportunity.  If you are interested in changing the direction of your life in terms of income, time and freedom then this video below is invaluable.

 

Robert Kiyosaki - Rich Dad Poor Dad - 10 Rules for Success - Audio Book
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If you would like to discuss business opportunities with me on a complimentary and confidential basis please email me on dannorris42@gmail.com or call me on 407-749-9395.

I look forward to talking with you soon.

Dan Norris

Small Business Consultant

Author

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7 Warning Signs That Say Consider A Career Change!

 

“7 Warning Signs That Say Consider A Career Change!”

5+ Years of Security?


To determine if you face these warning signs ask yourself the following questions…

1.  Does your current career provide you with necessary income for all your needs…if you stayed in that position for at least the next five years?

         a.  Your basic living needs…your shelter, transportation, clothing, utilities, insurances?

         b.  Does it provide for your and your family’s educational, recreational and vacation needs?

         c.   Does it provide for savings for important purchases and retirement?

2.  Do you have confidence that your career will provide stability and income growth to satisfy all of  these needs during the next five years?

3. Are you happy in what you are doing in your career?    What would you prefer to do?

4. Do you feel confident that your career will be available to you 5 years from now?

If you feel good about your answers to the above questions I commend you strongly. Even so one needs to face the reality that the average length of time that a person remains in the same job is about 2.7 years.

Consistent Good Decisions On Your Goals

And here is the good news…No matter what your personal goals for your income, your career, your future financial status…you can accomplish in this society whatever you want to accomplish…you have heard this many times.

I see the reality of accomplishment of whatever anyone wants every day.

In my opinion the solution is to use your determination and intelligence to find the proper employment solutions (and I emphasize multiple income streams as solutions) for you that provides the income, time and personal freedom that you want to enjoy. Is there effort? Yes! Is it difficult to find those multiple income streams that can satisfy your needs? Yes. What is great for one person may be the absolutely wrong solution for another. I do not suggest that one solution fits all. I do suggest that if you employ the proper strategies and research your alternatives properly that you can find solutions that will provide for your life’s needs.

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So What Options Should You Consider?

It is very challenging to be aware of all of the income producing opportunities that are available.  A person can invest more time and money than necessary in evaluating and participating in multiple opportunities to the extent that they invest a lot and earn very little. Many entrepreneurs wind up jumping from opportunity to opportunity because they did not take the time and talk with experienced people in business to discuss the questions they should ask before committing to a venture. Because of this very few people really make good incomes on the internet.

My information says that less than 3% of internet marketers truly make the incredible monthly incomes and up to 7% are just now reporting profitability. Does this alarm you? If it doesn’t it should. A word to the wise should be sufficient.

I firmly believe in multiple income streams which I call “income diversification”.  I do not want to rely upon one or two streams of income as I have found that no matter how good something may be, there are factors out of my control that can affect the performance of any income stream. So therefore I recommend building more than one income stream over time to avoid the risk of bad performance, the same as I recommended as a financial advisor to diversify your investments. Diversification in different classes of investments within the investment world is a sound strategy, and in my opinion, diversification can also be very effective for a personal income strategy.

I offer you an option for a 30-minute discussion with you about your income opportunity decisions. Believe it or not, most of my life has been about helping other people achieve their goals…I have found that by doing this that I am rewarded multi-fold.

If you are seriously interested in starting your own business…then email me on dannorris42@gmail.com or call me on 407-749-9395.

Dan Norris

What Do You Want?

The topic today is…

“What Do You Want”?

I will go first and tell you what I want!

One of my reasons for writing a post most every day is that I enjoy researching the day’s best content out there…to keep up with the pulse of what is going on…and to be able to share some interesting information with you that you may like as well. If you enjoy what you are reading I would really appreciate hearing from you some way…whether it is by phone across country…by email or in the “Comments” at the bottom of the post. I really enjoy hearing from you. I am a real person and I would like to understand what you are looking for…and might say…this is not for you…or the contrary…see the paragraph below.whatdoyouwant1

And one of the real advantages of owning your own blog and domain is that you have the opportunity to write about that which is most important and relevant to yourself and to your audience. A key goal in writing a blog is to develop a following who enjoy what you have to say and benefit from those same things. So I will continue to define for you who I think I am writing for…and perhaps you will confirm or deny that with your comments. I mentioned recently that I am looking to find those of any age and circumstance who are capable of earning $30,000 to $100,000+ a year and have a sincere interest in doing something about it. I read a great blog post today where Robert Kiyosaki said that there are 3 kinds of people that are not suited for this kind of business…and it was highly interesting and right on. I will share that post with you soon.

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The Sweet Smell Of Success

by Seth Godin July 19,2013

No one talks about what color the success is, just how it smells.

What Do You Really Want?
What Do You Want?

When Amanda Palmer was busking on the streets of Harvard Square, she made enough to pay her rent. She supported herself, she made it work. She didn’t plan on busking, think about busking or get ready to busk. She did it and she succeeded. One person, ten people in the crowd… Didn’t matter, she was working, she was a pro.

I sold my first book project (I owned half of it) for $5,000. I didn’t worry about how big the advance was, I celebrated that I had a publisher. I followed that up a (very long) year later with another book (I owned half of that one, too) which I sold for even less. But now I had TWO publishers, and stories to go with each.

You will be labeled, like it or not. If you earn the label of, “person who builds things, ships them and sells them to someone who values them…” you’re way ahead of the pack. You’re going to be doing this for a long time. When you have the chance, engage with the market, declare victory, make the sale.

More chocolate chip cookies don’t smell that much better than just a few.

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BY | October 27, 2011

Last week I wrote about the importance of creating and publishing original content as part of your overall marketing strategy (see Why Content Marketing is King). Today, I offer my 10

Do What You Want!
What do you want?tips for better content marketing:

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The Renegade Blog

Seven Powerful & Effective Methods To Help People Get What They Want Most

Ann Sieg

What I love most about working with people is finding better ways to help them get what

Attraction Marketing
The Truth

they want most. This takes a lot of creativity and ingenuity, especially if from the onset I know what they’re trying to do is going to take stamina and hard work. Perhaps this is what makes it so rewarding. To know from my coaching and mentoring I helped them reach their mountain top accomplishments. Read on to find out my 7 best strategies to do just that.

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