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Ideas Rule the World

Ideas Rule the World

A very witty phrase, if you ask me. Going by the definition by Wikipedia; “an idea is a concept or abstraction formed and existing in the mind. Human capability to contemplate ideas is associated with the ability of reasoning, self-reflection, and the ability to acquire and apply intellect. Further, ideas give rise to actual concepts, or mind generalizations, which are the basis for any kind of knowledge whether science or philosophy.”

So why do we say they rule the world? “Everything you see and touch was once an invisible idea until someone chose to bring into being.”- Richard Bach. Like a dream, an idea sprouts up in the mind, flies around in our brains till its used or naturally fades out. The uniqueness and power that set apart any successful businesses or individual, starts with the kind of ideas they come up with(usually influenced by their state of mind, environ and situations).

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Cyber Crimes And Solutions

Cyber Crimes And Solutions

We are currently living in Cyber age, where Internet and computers have major impacts on our way of living, social life and the way we conduct businesses.

The usage of information technology has posed great security challenges and ethical questions in front of us. Just as every thing has positives and negatives, usage of information technology is beneficial as well as insecure.

With the growth of the internet, network security has become a major concern. Cyber crimes have emerged rapidly in the last few years and have major consequences. Cyber criminals are doing every thing from stealing money, hacking into others computer, stealing intellectual property, spreading viruses and worms to damage computers connected on the internet and committing frauds.

Stoppage of cyber crimes is a major concern today.

Cyber criminal make use of the vulnerabilities in computer soft wares and networks to their advantage.

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Mobile App Development – Offering Great Prospects for Entrepreneurs

Mobile App Development – Offering Great Prospects for Entrepreneurs

Teenage Mobile App Developers

Do you know that there is an increase in the number of teenage mobile app developers? Several big companies are encouraging the efforts of these young developers irrespective of their age and education. In 2012, a teenager based in California developed a mobile app for the Home Depot in a contest and won $10,500, which impressed a Facebook official and the company offered internship for her. Nearly seven months back, Yahoo bought a news-reading app, ‘Summly’ from a 12-year-old British teenager for tens of millions of dollars. The company also employed him and is planning to incorporate his algorithmic invention in its own mobile apps.

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Creating a Chart of Accounts for a Small Restaurant

Creating a Chart of Accounts for a Small Restaurant

Independent restaurant owners often do their own bookkeeping. Even if they hire a professional accountant at year’s end, they may save considerable money by handling the weekly tasks themselves.

Setting up a chart of accounts to fit the restaurant needs generally requires customizing the default choices of any accounting program. The selection of sales and cost of goods accounts on most systems does not provide for the separation of food and beverage categories that are needed.

Even the leading bookkeeping program for small business, while it has a default selection for restaurants, fails to provide all of the accounts that most restaurant owners require. In addition, many of the expense accounts that are added are rarely used, leading to confusion during data entry, and don’t help with the overview of the business finances.

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How Profitable is the Pressure Washing Business?

How Profitable is the Pressure Washing Business?

The Power Washing Business is a lucrative business that most anyone can start and make a honest living. The start-up capital required is low and there isn’t expensive overhead required to keep your business running. In many areas there is low competition and high demand for both residential and commercial work.

You may have noticed how competitive the landscaping business is in your area. Everyone seems to be driving around a landscaping truck with a lawn mower in the back these days. How often do you see a pressure washing company in your area? The reason being, pressure washing is more of a niche business that most people aren’t knowledgeable about.

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What Would Be the Best "Hello World" for Biosciences? Generating a Method for Biohacking

What Would Be the Best "Hello World" for Biosciences? Generating a Method for Biohacking

The first step that a beginner hacker or programmer takes towards a technical and logical deepening is to program the famous Hello World. It is a kind of computer pattern, so, the first step for future algorithms. And there is no computer programmer or hacker in the world who has not already created a Hello World, even just to test a new compiler or a new programming language. However, if there is this pattern, or rather, this START for hackers and computer programmers, then what would be the best model pattern or start for biohackers? Some method for beginners to have as a model in the field of biosciences.

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Operations Management And The Startup Company

Operations Management And The Startup Company

What’s the product? Is there a market? Where is the initial funding coming from? How experienced is the management team? These are some of the first questions investors and lenders want answered when investigating a startup company, and rightly so. The business plan typically addresses these and other related questions in some detail, but what about an Operations Plan? If Operations is mentioned at all, details are likely to be sketchy at best. Does Operations Management play a role in the startup firm, and if so, what is the role? As we look into the role of Operations Management in the startup firm, we need to address the roles and responsibilities of two key players; the entrepreneur and the operations management professional.

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Why Team Building Exercises Are Definitely Worth It For Your Business

Why Team Building Exercises Are Definitely Worth It For Your Business

As a small business entrepreneur, you need a solid team of workers to have phenomenal results. Lots of small businesses are of the opinion that super-performing teams are critical because employees must work hand in hand, coping with problems efficiently across the company to get tasks to the end fast enough to fight with competitors on the red-hot marketplace. As teamwork is essential to a business' lead, team building exercises are imperative.

Build Trust

If you want to develop high bonds of trust amongst your employees, which is essential to the success of every business, team based activities can prove vital. Every businessman can understand the critical value of trust as a business constituent, especially when objectives and flourishing of your business relationships upon team-based efforts. When you build trust among the workers through team building exercises, they will feel more comfortable, more considered and become more effortful to enhance overall production.

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How to Start a Gift Basket Business From Home on a Shoestring Budget

How to Start a Gift Basket Business From Home on a Shoestring Budget

Opening a gift basket business in your home can be one of the easiest ways to enjoy doing something you love, while making a nice profit for yourself. According to a recent government study, the home gift basket business is growing by leaps and bounds. If you have a creative mind, and like the idea of selecting unique items for gift baskets that make people happy, then this is a great business idea for you.

Learning how to start a gift basket business begins with coming up with cool ideas for creating gift baskets at home. To make this task easier for you, remember that most gift baskets have a theme like:

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The ISFJ Marketing Profile – Sensing/Feeling/Judging Introverts As Marketers

The ISFJ Marketing Profile – Sensing/Feeling/Judging Introverts As Marketers

Most marketing gurus prescribe favorite “marketing musts” – outreach activities that they tout as necessary for any business owner, manager or entrepreneur intent on survival and growth. Sometimes the “musts” are relatively new tactics, like blogging and tweeting, while other times, the “musts” are old standbys, like cold calling or networking.

My approach is different. I encourage people to be suspicious of any across-the-board marketing recommendations that purport to apply to everyone. Why? Because one-size-fits-all prescriptions do not take into account the human factor – the role of distinct individuals carrying out the marketing advice. Over and over again, I’ve seen people struggle with how they’re supposed to market when the marketing tasks run counter to their personality.

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