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Business owners of today are operating in a world of constantly changing trends and obsessions in the short period of a few months (if they’re lucky). With the advancement of technology and where it is today, there are seemingly endless ways of doing almost everything in a business and there is hardly a norm for most business models anymore.

Budding entrepreneurs have a lot on their plates when starting a new company. Between looking for funding, setting up the business, and looking for staff members, there’s a lot going on.

This article is a fourth draft. The first version was not good enough; neither were the second and third versions! Only, as a result of honest feedback and hard work, did it finally get its stamp of approval.

Launching your own business is a brave and exciting venture – and it has the best chance of success if you start out with a thorough approach to money planning and saving.

If you’re thinking of working from home, or your current home office needs an upgrade, there are certain things you need to keep in mind to ensure maximum productivity and efficiency during your working hours.

More people are considering the idea of starting their own business. But what does it take to be a successful entrepreneur?

The qualities necessary to run a major business are well known. Leadership competencies are described in countless articles and business school texts. But it is becoming increasingly apparent the component parts of business leadership in an emerging market are somewhat different.

The future of how working individuals do business and where they work from is changing. More and more people start their own businesses and companies are more lenient to let their staff work from home or remotely.

 

 

Whether or not you have a business there are certain traits that identify you as entrepreneurial.

South Africa has been well known for its entrepreneurial spirit. The incredible successes of businesses like Discovery, Black Like Me, Nandos and most recently, Get Smarter, have encouraged many South Africans to see starting their own businesses as a desirable and achievable goal. But it’s not enough.

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