10 things to know for your first Event as a Vendor!
N.U.M.B : Neutral. Undecided. Misunderstood. Bipolar
So, how do I keep myself motivated?
I look at myself. I look at people like me. I look at people of the past who fought for me to be able to play basketball today, be bisexual openly, and have a ‘place’ as a black woman. I think of the future and the number of women like me that will benefit from this fight I am willing to give today.
Are you ready for the big opportunity?
Why do businesses fail? PART II
- People who don’t know what they don’t know.
- Lack of self-love.
- Lack of self-esteem.
- People don’t get the help they need.
- Launch of a product that is not in demand.
- Not being in the right state of mind.
- Visual Branding. First Impression of the person behind the brand and the brand.
The #1 reason most businesses fail! PART I
Being an entrepreneur or starting a business requires research and strategies. Your first few strategies will fail, if you haven't properly educated yourself on the things you should or shouldn't do. However, even when you do take on knowledge from other entrepreneurs, the speed with which trends change today is unbeatable. So, what worked for someone else may not work for you and vice versa. Therefore, in this article we offer you the #1 answer of entrepreneurs that are in different stages of their journey!
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How to build a strong resume or curriculum vitae (CV) with or without working experience!
Overall, don’t be discouraged by your level of work experience and exposure. Focus on finding different ways of getting hands on experience and not so much on the reward during these early stages of building your resume, cv or career. For those who have a ton of experience, make sure you are paying great attention to the structure of your resume.
Remember, it’s the structure and not the content that gets your resume read! Quality is more important than quantity on that first impression. Your resume or cv should trigger the interest of an employer to meet the potential candidate.