Finding the Right Investors For Your Business
This article is written by guest author Amelia Collins. Often, when a business searches for investors, they are looking for people who provide capital. Securing capital for a business can come from various sources. INC mentioned in a post that entrepreneurs commonly raise their initial source of business funds from personal savings, credit cards, loans from banks, parents, or even through crowdfunding. However, finding an investor is a whole different ball game. It requires more than just ...
Our Relationships of Integrity
They are our relationships built on mutual trust and respect. They are our relationships in which worries subside over being taken advantage of, or of needing to control. They are our relationships where both parties act with confidence and ease. They are our relationships in which games are not played, and expectations and needs are communicated clearly. These are our relationships of integrity. They are our connections where we express and share without reservation.
I Want to Believe in Where You Want to Go
I don't believe in plans. I believe in planning. I believe in understanding the general shape of something. I believe in knowing where you are and where you want to go. I believe that measurable goals drive accomplishment. I believe the better you can express your vision and mission with great specificity, the easier it is for you to outline the steps needed to realize it. I believe that once you've determined where you want to go, what comes next can not be determined, and likely won't be in any plans you've made. I believe this truth can free you from the fear of starting and create a trust in your ability to fill in the gaps later.