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Know About Starting A Business

How To Start A Business

Ever dream of being your own boss? Believe you might have what it takes to set up on your own? Don’t dream on…read on!

There’s a reason why you have been looking for information on How To Start A Business. Maybe there’s an idea you’ve been kicking around for a while. It could be anything from running a corner shop or setting up a small community enterprise with a friend – to spotting a brand new business opportunity with a product or service no-one else is providing. You can!

The very first step towards starting your own business needs to start with you. You and your business are intertwined. Your business reflects you and your personality, skills and approach to life; your own personal objectives drive your business objectives. For success you need to be confident, focused, hardworking…all those attributes of entrepreneurs that you read about.More about the author

But you can’t just jump right in and launch any old business. The market these days are so saturated with everyone trying to make some extra money. Redundancies being made left, right and centre, so people are using their skills to set up small businesses and offer their service to the targeted market which means that competition is going to be fierce and there is not much room for error.

More and more entrepreneurs are being born out of necessity and not out of choice. Petrol prices are going up, food is going up, everything just seems to be increasing yet our salaries are staying the same. So we are now pushed into making it on our own, calling out own shots and putting 110% effort into making our lives successful.

To make it out there in the business world you need to understand that when it comes to starting a business, the starting line is you! No matter what resources, products, services your business has, without you it doesn’t exist. You can’t win a race if you don’t compete; you can’t win the lottery without a ticket; you can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs; just like you can’t have a business without you.

You are the starting point for anything in your business – whatever your stage of business, whether you are starting, growing or diversifying. The starting point will always be you. So let’s look at what you is and just exactly what you do bring to your business.

You and your personality are made up of your good points and your bad points. For your business to succeed, you need to make the most of your good points: your strengths; and minimise the effects of your bad points: your weaknesses. So you need to recognise what these good and bad points are. You need to develop your self-awareness; identify your good and your bad points so you can make the most of the good and develop coping strategies for the bad. You need to brutally honest with yourself. Be brave and find out how others see you.

How you see yourself may be wildly different from how others see you. If you want to be successful in life and in business, it’s important to get to know yourself intimately and why you behave particular ways in particular situations and with particular people. Only then can you make any changes that you need to succeed. You may be blissfully unaware that people see you as ‘airy’ and disorganised, when perhaps you just have so much going on that you don’t take the time with people or you’re always late for meeting friends or you show up on the wrong day. Perhaps you can’t say no to requests from friends and then when the time comes you have to invent an excuse not to do something.

We all have underlying assumptions and values that affect our behaviour and those around us. We all respond to the expectations of others: our parents, society, and our friends. We all have roles in life, which dictate our behaviours too. You need to take responsibility for yourself; it’s up to you what you do, don’t be driven by what others expect or think you should do.

Take a close look at some of your behaviours and especially recurring patterns of behaviours. If you do not organise your time well and are always late for meetings then you’ll find that business people won’t give you the second or third chances that your friends and family might. You will have to learn to plan your time better, perhaps you always underestimate the time that it takes you to travel somewhere, and never allow any time for train or road delays.

In the business world you need to be very careful. Or perhaps you perceive yourself as more important and that your time is more valuable that theirs, so it doesn’t matter if you keep other people waiting. This is a really bad habit to have acquired, and you need to get rid of it because you are definitely not going to cut it in the business world if you have an attitude like that!

We all experience different challenges, behaviours and circumstances in our life so it is important to be aware of these challenges and rectify them (as much as we can) before we even embark on our enterprise journey.

It’s tricky running your own business and balancing it with your personal and family life and coping with the ups and downs of life and business. You are bound to get knock-backs, failures and disappointments; it’s the cold harsh reality of business. The secret to success is not to let them get you down. Try to bounce back and learn from mistakes – you need to be able to develop a positive approach to your failures, and overcome the myths and fears you may have about the business world. Only then are you ready to tackle your business plan and get your business up and running successfully.

Best Tech for Gaming-Explained

There was a time when people only used to play games on computers, with low resolution and bad light, but in the recent times with the advancement in technology the virtual world for gaming has substantially increased. Smartphone makers have given this perspective a thought to make devices for the game lovers keeping their needs and demands in mind. There have been many devices which were developed for game lover with other features as well but certainly did not provide with the real feeling for gamers. So there are now many new devices which cater to the needs of the game lovers.

LG G3: LG G3 is a flagship model of LG G2 and is one of the bestest smartphones in the current scenario, providing with almost all great features and utilities a user want. This smartphone can surely be considered as one of the best phone for gaming as well because

  1. It comes with the latest generation Qualcomm processor with a supportive 2GB and 3GB of RAM
  2. the hardware and software are compatible enough to handle the heavy games and help them work without any break
  3. It has a higher QHD (2560x1440p) display which helps in a clear view and a real feeling when playing games
  4. Only about 15-20% battery is used when playing games which are a positive feature for G3 as many other smartphones can’t provide with this efficient battery.  best tech for gaming
  5. It is offered at a price of INR 40,000.

Xiaomi Mi 3: Mi 3 is the new addition to the smartphone market with high end features and substantially a competent level with all other high end phones, it comes with its own UI for Android and is supported with many great features. Mi 3 can be considered as a gaming smartphone as well because of the features it provides like

  1. It has 5 inch IPS LCD capacitive screen with 1920×1080 HD resolution and provides with clear view.
  2. It comes with 2.3 GHz Quad Core Snapdragon 800 MSM8274 AB and 2GB of RAM and works quite fast without any interruption
  3. It has a battery life of 3010 mAh battery which helps to save the battery when playing games. It only occupies 20-25% of battery when playing games.
  4. It has a smooth hardware which is compatible enough to support the device when playing heavy games.
  5. It is offered at a price of INR 13,999.

HTC ONE (M8): HTC Mobile Phone in India has outshined as a brand tremendously, with constantly coming up with new devices with amazing features and a powerful processor to support the device. Not just this with increasing demand HTC mobile phones came with a gaming phone HTC ONE (M8) which comes with effervescent features and is very well developed for playing games.

  1. It i powered by 2.3 GHz Qualcomm snapdragon 801 and spots a full HD screen, and is supported by 2GB of RAM
  2. It has a battery life of 2,600mAh and the games doesn’t occupy much battery
  3. M8 have resolution of 1920×1080 (441 ppi) which helps in presenting a clear image and display for games.
  4. It comes with a hard hardware which supports heavy games to play without any interruption
  5. It is offered at a price of INR 45,000

Asus ZenFone 5: This is one phone which cuts up the high range bag to a much lower price, Asus mobile phones came with Asus Zenfone 5 which is a low budget phone with high end features and is a great phone for game lovers as well. It comes with quality features like

  1. It provides a zippy performance with 1.6 GHz dual core processor, with RAM of 2GB and a IPS screen which helps in handling the games
  2. It has a battery life of 2110 mAh but somehow much of the battery is not saved, but at this range it is very compatible
  3. It comes with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels where at this price the phone gets a clear view
  4. The Power SGX544MP2 GPU handles Real Racing 3 without an issue
  5. It is offered at a price of INR 12,999.

Server Hosting Features-Described

Are you disgusted or disappointed with your current web host? Have you switched web hosting companies too many times? Have you thought of hosting your own website(s)? Do you have the ambition to control and manage your own web server?

If you answered ‘yes’ to the questions above, then you may be ready to host your own sites. This article will give you things to consider while making the switch.server hosting features

When being your own web host you should be technically inclined and have basic knowledge of operating systems, understand technical terms, understand how to setup a server environment (such as: DNS, IIS, Apache, etc.) have basic knowledge of scripting languages and databases (PHP, Perl, MySQL, etc.), be familiar with current technologies, and have a basic understanding of hardware and server components.

You should realize the pros & cons. It is one thing to say, you want to host your own web server and it is another thing to actually do it.


Own sense of responsibility

Awareness level raised (you are at the frontline of all server happenings)

No monthly hosting fees/accounts

Incompetence no longer exist

Non-shared environment (dedicated server)

Unlimited websites, databases, content, storage, etc.

More bandwidth

No more waiting on someone else time

Complete control

There could be many more pros & cons but I’ve pointed out some of the major ones. Managing a web server starts as a full time job, you must constantly monitor its performance and security. This can sometimes be an exhausting task, especially if you currently have other responsibilities. Though, the control you will have over your website and its performance is rewarding enough. You no longer have to wait for technical support or approval to install a script onto the server. You can have as many websites and databases you want, as long as your hardware can handle it. You no longer have to go into the discussion forums and search for the best web host or rant about how much you hate your current host. You can even begin hosting family & friends personal websites.

Ask yourself, how technically advanced are you? Many times you do not have to be a tech guru or anything of the sort, but you must be very resourceful. You must know how to find resolutions and answers to problems, quickly and efficiently. This means you must be internet savvy. Not just the average surfer, who surfs aimlessly, but you must be the surfer who can always find what they are looking for. This is key, because with any server environment you are going to run into problems and finding the answers are most accomplished online, using multiple resources, search techniques, and engines. Sure you can hire someone to fix your problems, but as we should have learned from the “web hosting”, having someone do it for you isn’t always the best option. Here is a test to see if you are ready to find solutions.