Last updated on November 26th, 2018. Posted in Business Fundamentals.
Are business partnerships a good idea? If you’re new to business and just starting out, a partnership could be a very bad idea. All kinds of problems might arise, like how to decide on partnership percentages, who’s responsible for what, and more. Here, we’ll talk about why business partnerships can be dangerous, and get an outline some of the pitfalls. Let’s go! (more…)
Last updated on November 5th, 2018. Posted in Business Fundamentals.
Do what you love sounds great. I mean, we’ve heard it all before — Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life. But is it true, or is it a myth? We’re gonna hash all this out in today’s video, and uncover a few more business lies along the way…And you’re gettin’ it all right now! (more…)
This is a pretty important post. It lays out the foundation for everything you and I do here on Ten Ton. It comes from years and years of hard-earned experience and countless failures. It boils down to one word: Autonomy. Essentially, with our businesses, with our websites, with our marketing efforts, we must own and control as much as we can, and we must be able to move quickly if circumstances change. We must be autonomous. Let me explain… (more…)
The advantages of e-commerce — of running an online store or online business are huge. But how do the benefits of running an online store compare to running a traditional business? In this video, you’ll get five big advantages of running an e-commerce store, so let’s get started! (more…)
Last updated on August 20th, 2018. Posted in Business Fundamentals.
In this summary review of The Go-Giver by Bob Burg and John David Mann, you’ll get three big key take-aways that will very likely flip your perspective on business and how you sell. As the book details, selling, marketing, and business aren’t what you think they are. Ready to discover what it’s all about? Then let’s jump into it! (more…)
If you’re serious about getting your business online and earning revenue, you have to prioritize what’s most important for your business. Here, we’ll take a look at your business’s three most valuable assets. This’ll help you keep your eye on the ball as you continue moving forward. Sound like a plan? Then sit tight and stay tuned! (more…)