Many of the kindest, most genuine, and wisest people I know have a brain structure that is labeled “AD/HD.” These are typically my favorite clients, because they are big thinkers, big dreamers, and amazing risk-takers. They also have a tendency to beat themselves up, because for their whole lives they have been told that they are not “doing it the right way.”
I have found that Evernote can really help my clients and particularly the ones who have an AD/HD-leaning brain.
Regardless of how you may wish to try on Evernote, it is imperative that you begin with a “pilot” project. For those who can relate to the never-ending distracting thoughts of living with AD/HD, this is particularly important.
If you’ve answered, “The competition,” then you’re not alone.
The 2016 NFIB report “Small Business Problems & Priorities” ranked the top 75 problems of small businesses in the U.S. Competition from large businesses was ranked as number 31, after a range of financial, regulatory and tax-related issues.
Source: 2016 NFIB Small Business Problems & Priorities
In addition, competition from Internet businesses was ranked as number 63 and competition from imported products was ranked as number 65.
Clearly, competition is something that keeps entrepreneurs and small business owners up at night.
But what if we told you there’s a way to create your own market — one without any competition at all?
Well, the good news is that there is!
And that requires creating a blue ocean strategy.
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Entrepreneur Buzzword: Blue Ocean Strategy