Reading These Blog Posts Is A Good Way To Start 2012
I came across these 2 blog posts in LinkedIn, and it illustrates why blogs are such an important communication channel. Blogs deliver information on time and in easily digestible chunks. Any executive can spend 5 minutes to read a blog post to jump start his day.
Sadly, reading paperback books these days are fast becoming a luxury. It is still important to read but I find that day to day reading are better surf online. Information is coming out fast and furious, and with the internet we can get exactly what we are looking for.
This is precisely why most business organizations should publish their own blog. It is the fastest and most cost effective way to get their information out to their market. Blogging is not just for individuals and it is time business owners realize that. It is an effective communication channel.
What’s an Entrepreneur? The Best Answer Ever On A Blog Post
I read this on Inc.com and entrepreneurship has it’s place in any organization. That was how we grew a $10 million dollar business into a $175 million dollar business. Resources are never enough, no matter how large your company is and if the key people in your organization are just there to collect a pay-check, it will not be long before everyone loses their pay-check.
Entrepreneurship is the pursuit of opportunity without regard to resources currently controlled.
– Professor Howard Stevenson, Harvard Business School
The full post can be found here, What’s an Entrepreneur? The Best Answer Ever. It only takes 5 minutes to read and it is 5 minutes well spent.
Every time you want to make any important decision, there are two possible courses of action. You can look at the array of choices that present themselves, pick the best available option and try to make it fit. Or, you can do what the true entrepreneur does: Figure out the best conceivable option and then make it available.
– Jon Burgstone, Breakthrough Entrepreneurship
Mark Cuban’s 12 Rules for Startups – Blog Post
I have never heard of Mark Cuban before, all I know at the moment is that he is a billionaire tech entrepreneur. He lists 12 rules for start-ups for those founding the companies and also for those who are considering going to work for them.
Whether you agree with his views or not, it makes for an interesting read. Read the blog post here, Mark Cuban’s 12 Rules for Startups.