February 2012 Archives

Not all of us are given the opportunity to land on our ideal jobs right after we finish school or decide to work for a living. This fact prods most of us to find a new job that will suit our educational background, interests, lifestyles and skills. This is definitely not easy, but with a few tips you can get by just fine. Following are some of those ideas which could be of help to you.

Warren Buffett, a brilliant business man, one of the richest and most charitable people in the world, was being interviewed on CBS's "Person to Person". The premise of the show is to give viewers a glimpse into the lives of some of today's most important artists and newsmakers.

We got a tour of Buffett's office. I have no doubt that it was straightened up a bit before the cameras rolled but this is what I saw.

Timing is crucial when you sense that your business is in trouble, experiencing a financial crisis or under-performing. It is important to act quickly and decisively to avoid even greater problems, such as filing for insolvency or bankruptcy and to avoid legal issues that may arise from trading insolvent or from unpaid taxes and debt. Acting promptly can also save your business from closure.

Your business will show danger signs that it is under stress. Do not ignore these early warning signs. In this article, we discuss the 8 signs that your business is in trouble.

The ability to generate cash is an important key to business success. Without strong, positive cash flow a business will never thrive and grow. Inadequate cash flow is a symptom of a management problem in a business. Poor cash flow management is known to have placed an end to even successful large businesses, proof that cash flow problems may plague small and large businesses alike. In fact, these problems are responsible for causing over 70% of businesses to fail within their first year. If left unsolved, cash flow problems can become the reason for a business to fail.
Some people abandon the storage units that they are renting because of a few reasons. Once they fail to pay the rent, they lose their rights to the property. The property owner may take over and call for an auction to come up with money to pay off the unpaid rent. The good thing about going to storage auctions is that you get to see valuable items and buy them. But because there are people like you who would be looking around for fine items, an auction would be most appropriate. Whatever is left can be put on auction. It could be furniture, books, china, and even personal belongings. While some people do not like the idea of bidding on used items, some are actually thrilled by it. People who go to auction sales are usually surprised to find rare items for sale at a very low price.
"How in the hell could a man enjoy being awakened at 6:30 a.m. by an alarm clock, leap out of bed, dress, force-feed, brush his teeth and hair, and fight traffic to get to a place where essentially you make lots of money for somebody else and then be asked to be grateful for the opportunity to do so?" | Charles Bukowski

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