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Time management, a vital theme for businessmen (part 1)

Time management, a vital theme for businessmen (part 1)

Without any doubt, not having time to perform our tasks is one of the problems businessmen face today. Even though it can be true that we might have to perform many activities on the day, I think the real problem is about organization, prioritization and time management.

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From Entrepreneur to Investor

From Entrepreneur to Investor

I define myself as an entrepreneur, and have been so, for most than half of my life (currently I’m 32 years old). However I believe I’m just starting to understand and to be an entrepreneur. But I have a very clear mind on what I want to

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Bimonthly Progress Analysis

Bimonthly Progress Analysis

Every entrepreneur and generally speaking, everyone who has a job or is working in a project, should perform a periodic pause where he or she analyzes the events and progress of this lapse of time. In a couple articles of An Entrepreneur Blog, we have written about

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Practice makes the master

Practice makes the master

There is one thing that everyone shares with each other in this life: mistakes. Everyday, with frequency, we make mistakes and there isn’t anyone that can say he or she is perfect. However, most of us have been taught to avoid mistakes, minimizing them and almost condemning

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The risk of not taking the first step

The risk of not taking the first step

When entrepreneurs are beginning a business, they have one million reasons to do so. These reasons range from a challenge to a new financial opportunity. However, there are also 10 million reasons not to start a new venture. It’s very easy to find these negative reasons and

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Confronting my Internet Bully

Confronting my Internet Bully

In the last couple of years, I’ve read several stories of bullies that start in school but do most of their stalking though the Internet and Social Networks. Several people have died, mostly as suicides as a consequence of this. This is a very serious and complex

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Selling a Business Idea to an Investor IV – Post Mortem

Selling a Business Idea to an Investor IV – Post Mortem

Last year we started at An Entrepreneur Blog a series of video post, were we gave advice of how to sell a business idea to an Investor. Throughout this series we dealt with how to prepare for the meeting, going to the meeting and making a follow-up

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Reflecting on 2013

Reflecting on 2013

2014 is just starting and surely most of us have set forward goals, objectives and many things we hope to achieve this year. However it is very interesting if we not only think about the future goals, but we also reflect of what the past has left

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Tips to talk to Risk investors

Tips to talk to Risk investors

When an entrepreneur is looking for resources for his company he might have to talk to risk investors except if he is lucky enough to own the financial resources. Generally this is not an easy task and many people might find it stressful. In this post I

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Tips about shareholding in an entrepreneurship

Tips about shareholding in an entrepreneurship

When we are creating a business one of the first things we must do is look for financial resources. There are just few cases where the entrepreneur has sufficient resources to support the company until it becomes profitable, and even if this is the case, he shouldn’t

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