[Tagline: If it can help your farm business, you’ll find it in THE FARM CEO™ Newspaper ]
As the year draws to a close, we have 2 more issues to go before January 2016. So I’ve decided to focus on the critical yet often neglected aspects required for achieveing success in business, be it farming or any other. I refer to the need to be entrepreneurial.
For those who do not know, running a farm business requires that you become an agro-entrepreneur, and not just an agriculturist. This is because technical and/or farming skills are NOT all you need to make a success, especially financially, of your farm business.
This may sound obvious as I say it here, but the actions of MANY MANY farm CEOs indicates most do NOT realize it. And quite often most of those who fail, do so because of that failure to acknowledge this fact.
The article below offers potentially useful insights…
In this article I explain why ANYONE starting a farm business needs to realise that s/he MUST become an entrepreneur in order to succeed.
For many people this will require changes in spending habits, use of personal time, friendships kept- and most importantly THINKING HABITS !
Here are the headlines, reviews – and links – for this week’s featured news items:
[URL] Once You Start Your Farm Biz, You Must Think & Act Like An Entrepreneur To Succeed! P.1
[URL] Are You a CEO/Expert With Useful Insights to Share? [Hint: CEO Spotlight Interview Invitation] P.2
[URL] Automate Your Records Keeping & Accounting For Profitable Farm Planning P.2
[URL] Every Farm Business, No Matter How Small, Needs PC-Based Record Keeping & Accounts Automation P.3
[URL] 14 Key Issues To Consider In Order To Choose (& Successfully Startup) The Right Farm Business P.3
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You’re reading THE FARM CEO (Issue 28): Are You a CEO/Expert With Useful Insights to Share? [Hint: CEO Spotlight Interview Invitation], Automate Your Records Keeping & Accounting For Profitable Farm Planning, Every Farm Business, No Matter How Small, Needs PC-Based Record Keeping & Accounts Automation, 14 Key Issues To Consider In Order To Choose (& Successfully Startup) The Right Farm Business by Tayo Solagbade, originally posted on his Daily Self-Development (SD) Nuggets™ blog. If you loved reading this post, be sure to follow Tayo on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.
On 4th May 2014, Tayo’s 9 year old domain (Spontaneousdevelopment dot com), was taken over by Aplus.net. Within a few days however, Tayo used his advanced self-taught web development skills to build (and move his website contents into) a SUPERIOR "reincarnation" at http://www.tayosolagbade.com.
Most URLs bearing the old domain name appearing in search engines should now work if "spontaneousdevelopment.com" is replaced with "tayosolagbade.com". If you experience any difficulties finding a page or document, email Tayo at tksola dot com.
Click "Tayo, What Happened to SpontaneousDevelopmentDotCom?" to read a detailed narrative about how the above event occurred :-))
Here’s an article Tayo wrote, to inspire others to defy adversity, and bounce back to even greater reckoning at what they do EVERY time:
Succeed by Emerging from Adversity Like a Phoenix (TayoSolagbade.com launches extra Hosting plan with FREE Web Marketing!)
And he wrote the one below, to explain why losing a domain name, no matter how old NO LONGER determines your online success or otherwise: