July 17, 2014 Leave a comment
1 Why do you want to get an MBA?
2 Why Harvard?
3 What do you want to do after you get your MBA?
4 What are the biggest challenges/ hurdles to doing it? Have you thought about them? Read more of this post
For Whom Wealth Matters
1 First things first–make a list of similar homes sold around you. Understand how yours is different from those.
2 Next, take stock of homes that are on sale in the area. Go talk to owners, maybe tour the houses to understand what’s on offer.
3 Talk to property agents. They could handle the first two steps for you but it’s best if you do those yourself to get a realistic number.
4 Let the agents conduct a price survey in your area and come up with their number.
5 Since you have done your homework well, don’t be misled by agents who offer the moon.There is something fishy if all deals in the area have been under 1 crore and an agent says he’ll get you 1.3 crore
6 Understand market conditions. The price that a buyer will be willing to pay is also dependent on market sentiment. Read more of this post
In 1970, Richard Branson opened a small record shop called Virgin Records. He had dropped out of high school a few years prior, and his only other business experience was running his own magazine.Today, Branson is worth $5.1 billion and is chairman of the Virgin Group, which consists of more than 400 companies around the world.Over the past 40 years, Branson has learned the ins and outs of business through trial and error, all of which are enumerated in his 2012 book Like a Virgin: Secrets They Won’t Teach You at Business School.
Having figured out how, he continues building an empire of innovative companies,at the heart of which lies these simple five secrets:
1 “If you don’t enjoy it, don’t do it.“
“When I started Virgin from a basement in west London, there was no great plan or strategy. I didn’t set out to build a business empire. I simply wanted to create something people would enjoy using, have fun doing it and at the end of the day prayed that it would make enough to pay the bills,“ Branson writes. Read more of this post