The Richard Yu Program Teaches You How To Study As An Entrepreneur
Being an entrepreneur is hard. There’s no doubt about that. But one of the most important things you can do to increase your chances of success is to study as …
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Our business media platform sprung from the japanese “sogyotecho” (means Founder’s Handbook) movement to encourage and support japanese entrepreneurs. It garnered a considerable amount of traction and the readership grew to a numerous number. Over 20,000 magazine copies are distributed all over Japan every month. Although we plan to establish readers in North America, Founder’s Guide is currently campaigning for the distribution of our Founder’s Guide printed magazine in the Philippines first. Subscribe to it soon!
Sharing economy or collaborative consumption, involves a sharing of resources between two or more people or companies instead of individual ownership through information technology. It can be in terms of goods, e.g. selling your old stuff in eBay. It can be transportation, e.g. renting your car on Uber. It can be through property, e.g. listing your house on Airbnb. And, it can also mean selling your time, skills and expertise through online work platforms like UPwork and Freelance. The sharing economy believes in the principle that “unused value is wasted value”. Goods, properties, time, skills, etc. while on idle can be used for income-generating purposes instead of letting them go to waste. This can be a very sustainable practice especially with the growing problem of environmental exhaustion.