10 Tips: To Fuel a Successful Spark

Posted by Chetan Bharadwaj | Posted in Management | Posted on 09-02-2013

During the time, I have learned a thing or two about critical factors one unconditionally need to know before jumping into the proverbial entrepreneurial waters. Majorly, startup success or failure is all about knowing the both – how/why of taking an action, & always being sure about which steps to take next.

As a checklist to make sure your business plan and your thinking are on the same right track, below are 10 essential tips to help add a fuel to your Spark any day. (idea/business).

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Management Quota: Money Killing Merits

Posted by Shweta Chourasia | Posted in Management, Review | Posted on 07-10-2011

Management quota means backdoor entry in colleges. For many students getting admission to any top colleges is almost impossible because of the high competition and snoring cut off. For them management quota is an option to get admission in the good and renowned colleges by just paying fees which is higher than general quota seat… Read the rest of this entry »

5 questions to ask yourself before starting a small business (Part-II)

Posted by Chetan Bharadwaj | Posted in Management | Posted on 10-10-2009

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5 questions to ask yourself before starting a small business

Posted by Chetan Bharadwaj | Posted in Management | Posted on 19-09-2009

fiveDoes the idea of starting your own business seems like a dream come true?

Although being self employed and owning a business provides one with several financial and personal freedom, but these paybacks only kick in when the business you are running gets conventional and established. Starting your own business requires lot more than what one has always thought or heard of — to just get your business off the ground, you will find yourself probably spending more time than you had ever imagined or spent on anything else. This phase of the start-up business is very critical for it takes an entrepreneur through an assessment of his acumen and well positioned endurance. As we think that quitting a 9-5 life and starting own business is a relaxation, let me bring to the knowledge of all that it’s not uncommon for the new business owners to undergo compounded hardships while working to build a successful business.

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Time Management — Create an Extra Hour a day

Posted by Chetan Bharadwaj | Posted in Management | Posted on 25-08-2009

Time ManagementAre you forever racing against time to meet deadlines? Does your most common refrain happen to be “so much to do and so little time”? If you have answered in affirmative to both the questions, there are also chances that you just can’t get through that to-do list stuck neatly to your workplace or set on your mobile phone. The unfinished tasks that you are not able to complete from a long time are overwhelming you and are also jeopardizing your career :(. Time is your most precious resource today, because it is limited. So, Time management is what I suggest.

How to get the most out of your time?

From my last month’s experience I will recommend you to leverage and audit your time. NO, it definitely doesn’t mean spending more time to manage time!

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5 Golden Do’s for a Successful Business

Posted by Chetan Bharadwaj | Posted in Management | Posted on 20-08-2009

Ever since the time in memorial I used to wonder that what could be the key points to a business making an unremitting success all the way its existence? Little did I know or had I ever realized that any economic process, not necessarily only significant to money making, had to have some checkpoints before they actually become ‘successful’.

Just few days back when I pondered upon this issue to draw away the conclusion to the ever existing question of my mind, was when I jotted down these “5 Golden Do’s” that should be embraced by any business process to flourish.

Once you reckon this out, you can convert the ultimate challenge into the ultimate opportunity.

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