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Identifying Business Opportunities - A Guide to Choosing a Suitable Business - cover

Identifying Business Opportunities - A Guide to Choosing a Suitable Business

Anthony Ekanem

Publisher: Anthony Ekanem

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Summary

No one is born successful. When we were born, we even did not know how to spell "successful", knowing its meaning was something quite far-off. As we grew up, we began chipping in efforts to turn our lives into successful lives. Some of us do achieve the success that we have thought about, but that doesn't come without a great deal of effort. One of the most important ingredients in becoming successful is to have a vision, a dream. If you don't know how to dream, you will most probably not achieve anything in life. Some people are afraid to dream, thinking they would be terribly frustrated if they don't achieve their goals. But the fact is that if you don't dream, you probably won't get it. 
Great people dreamed of flying, going to the moon and so on… you see now that we can fly, we can go to the moon. In this age when people are thinking how to build gadgets that can turn objects and even people invisible, it is quite unwise to restrict one's thoughts. What do you dream about? Probably you dream about having a great business or buying a home or a car of your own. In the light of all the achievements that people have made, do you think all this is as difficult as you think? This shows there is nothing impossible in this world you if you do it the right way, if you take initiatives and plan it properly. 
Practically the whole world today uses his Microsoft products, not realizing that these products belong to a person who is a computer dropout. Take a look at Facebook. It started as a college project and has today made a revolution in the field of social networking. How can we not talk about Google, which started in a dingy office and today it dominates our online world. All these successes have been achieved in just a few short years! So, don't lose hope, hold on to your big dreams and try to achieve them. The simple steps that you need to take are hard work, and to be there at the right time and the right place.
Available since: 07/12/2016.

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