The great thing about our entrepreneurial MOO customers – that’s you, by the way! – is that we know when we ask a question, we can count on a really diverse, useful and brilliant pool of answers in reply! And in our latest Twitter competition, as usual, you’ve come up trumps. We asked you to tweet your best business tips – and we’ve received so many fantastic ideas and snippets of advice, it’s been quite the challenge to pick just one winner every day! But in the end, we’ve chosen some really great tips, so without further ado, may we present some of the winning business tweets – and we hope you get as much out of them as we did.
— Kendra Martin (@Kendra10Martin) January 5, 2012
— BuildingYourMomentum (@YourMomentm) January 5, 2012
#MOOtip Do not wait until everything is PERFECT – that way you will never start!
— Ursula Markgraf (@cuteliciousshop) January 4, 2012
don’t be deterred by what others are doing or think you should do, be your best you #MOOtip
— Angela Schaefers (@whats_yourstory) January 6, 2012
Customers, colleagues and competitors … treat every individual with respect. #MOOtip
— Monica K Campbell (@monicaKcampbell) January 6, 2012
— Cleandesk.nu (@cleandesk) January 6, 2012
Take time to sleep no matter how bust and big of a project you have. Hard work requires good sleep. #MOOtip
— Sara Stroman (@S2Stationery) January 7, 2012
Stick to what you’re GREAT at….and surround yourself with a network of people who are great at what they do. #MOOtip
— Enrico Marcellino (@emarcellino) January 7, 2012
If you’re an artist or maker, don’t under price your work. High prices makes for higher perceived value #mootip
— Rowan | KitschenSink (@KitschenSink) January 7, 2012
— Istra Piper (@thewriterMonet) January 8, 2012
— Fine Print (@proofreadinguk) January 8, 2012
— J C (@bikeohio) January 8, 2012
Entrepreneurs with foresight understand that being a big business means, setting your business up that way in the beginning. #MOOtip
— Thunderous Leader (@GregoryDuJuan) January 9, 2012
Trust me just having a website won’t get you work! You need to get out there put your card in peoples hands and network. #MOOtip
— Alex (@MyLoveStoryNews) January 9, 2012
— abitnerdy * (@abitnerdy) January 10, 2012
The more strings to your bow that compliment each other the more well rounded a service you can offer your clients #MOOtip
— Simmi Duffin (@GracesFavours) January 10, 2012
I encourage my new grads to send out post card intros to the HR department of companies they would like to apply at. It gives them your contact information and if they are hiring, they always reply with a please submit resume email or letter. It is a great way to show potential employers that you are a thinker.
Never close the door on someone. Business alwyas seems to revolve. What won’t work for someone today, may be just the answer in 6 months.
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