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Posted by on Feb 25, 2013 in Featured, Food For Thought | 4 comments

The Manifesto of Think Do Business [video]

The Manifesto of Think Do Business [video]

We relate to people and businesses better when they stand for something we identify with. According to Simon Sinek, the author of the book “Start with Why”, people don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it. A good way to express your beliefs is a manifesto. I was inspired by the manifestos of Holstee, Expert Enough, and a number of other manifestos. So I developed a manifesto for ThinkDoBusiness to share some of my thoughts and beliefs relating to business and life. So here it is: Business can be good… and it can be fun. ThinkDoBusiness is here to help people new to management and non-business entrepreneur do business better. We will be sharing articles, videos, tips, interviews, and many more to stimulate your mind and help you do business better. We would love to have you a regular reader. Just enter your email address...

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Posted by on Nov 10, 2012 in Business Plan, Featured, Food For Thought | 0 comments

Funding Your Startup: 10 Options with Pros and Cons

Funding Your Startup: 10 Options with Pros and Cons

You might call it money, cash, dinero, masari, grimata, para, soldi, argent, dinheiro, moola, or something else. Whatever you call it, you need it to start and run your business. Many entrepreneurs don’t know where to go, are overwhelmed with the choices, or are unaware of some of the options for financing their businesses. Here I will list and expand on the funding options for your startup. To better understand the different sources of financing, lets first break them down by type and by stage they fit in. Then we will put them all together to make sense of it all: Type of Financing: Generally, financing comes in the form of Debt or Equity. Debt means you borrow the money from someone and agree to pay it back at a certain date, or schedule, along with interest. The lenders make their profit from the interest. The riskier your business is (i.e. chance of you not paying back the loan), the higher the interest rate they will charge you. This...

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