Human Resources: More tan resources, allies (Part 1)

Human Resources: More tan resources, allies (Part 1)

When our entrepreneurship stops being an idea in a paper and becomes a real business, we have to start to manage different types of resources: financial resources, physical resources and human resources, among others. Even though the physical and financial resources are very important, I will like

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Gantt Chart: The Path Step by Step

Gantt Chart: The Path Step by Step

Lets review the path to achieve our personal, business and entrepreneurial goals according to my last posts. First we have to define the starting and finishing point, the gap between these two points and the projects we must complete in order to close the gap between them

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First things first

First things first

Last week on the first article I posted for An Entrepreneur Blog, I explained how the Gap Analysis tool, that is frequently used on businesses and especially on technological projects, helps to structure the path between our current state and the desired one, in order to achieve

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Excellent and Improving!

Excellent and Improving!

I recently saw the phrase I use as tittle for this article (actually it was in Spanish, but you get the idea) and it caught my attention. Life has taught me that the attitude you project is a key factor in your success or failure and this is why I thought this is a great phrase. As author Jeff Keller says, Attitude is Everything (by the way, I highly recommend this book). To accomplish any goal, you will require knowledge, work, a bit of luck and why not, a great deal of positive attitude.

University (College), high profile degrees like MBA, most books and life experiences will lead the way to success, including being a successful entrepreneur. However you don’t have to have an MBA degree to be a successful entrepreneur; in fact, earning a masters degree in organizational leadership will prepare you just as well when it comes to preparing you for success.

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