Entrepreneurship Articles With A Different Perspective
Our articles on entrepreneurship offer a very unique perspective on the world of self-employment, especially as they pertain to the prospective or emerging entrepreneur. Our entrepreneurs are national treasures and they deserve greater attention and support across all lines. The product of their work is the baseline of all that a democratic society can offer in terms of jobs, tax base, growth and all government programs.
The intent of these entrepreneurship articles is to help both prospective and active entrepreneurs achieve greater success and help the casual reader gain greater appreciation for the sacrifices made by those with the conviction and courage to start a new business.
Emerging entrepreneurs need a clearer picture of the lifestyle to which they’re committing and a personal plan describing that intended life before they ever write a business plan or launch into a new venture. The Bibby Group and The Focus Program for Emerging Entrepreneurs found at this site are dedicated to helping active and emerging entrepreneurs make better, more informed decisions about their chosen lifestyle and achieve greater success as a result. The Focus Program is an amazing tool for working through the many personal issues found along the path leading to self-employment. Our slogan, ‘Personal Planning Should Always Precede Business Planning’, describes the essence of The Focus Program. Our work is dedicated entirely to entrepreneurial success.
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Writings by the Bibby Group are dedicated to furthering the advancement of franchising and entrepreneurship. For articles and blog posts on all things franchising, see the Bibby Group site.
- Entrepreneurship Article, Part One: Saving Our National Treasures
- Entrepreneurship Article, Part Two: The Reality of Entrepreneurial Resources
- Entrepreneurship Article, Part Three: The Entrepreneurial Personality
- Entrepreneurship Article, Part Four: Entrepreneurial Success or Failure