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Tuesday, 24 April 2018

REPUTATION IN EXCELLENCE











Attaining Perfection may be an uphill task,  but striving towards excellence in all life's endeavor should be a top priority for you my friend.
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You see,  Switzerland is reputed for Quality wristwatch and no matter how much such watches are being sold,  it sells.
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People recognize excellence/Quality when they see it and can pay highly for any excellent service or product.
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So why settle for less? Why be a mediocre earning peanut when you can sharpen your skill and serve excellently?
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You need sustainable increase in your resources? GET REPUTATION IN EXCELLENCE.

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BE YOUR BROTHERS KEEPER











A lot of Nigerians are getting frustrated by the day. People are unnecessarily throwing tantrums at each other,  no thanks to the dwindling economy we find ourselves in. But to survive,  our destinies lies in our hands,  we'll need to develop and propagate the culture of helping one another however miniature way it may seem. 

For instance,  'let us Stop buying airtime from banks.
Buy from hawkers (those who sell on the road or around your home areas), because our brothers/sisters are becoming jobless.' 
Buy from people not machine,
So they can earn a living. This looks small,  but it can help someone stay in business and stay out of the street perpetuating crimes. 

Some times,  little little acts of kindness would keep your neighbors hope alive thus reducing the number of suicide being committed daily. 

Before the world would end as predicted by the Holy Books,  I doubt if this entity called Nigeria would ever get a Messiah to take us to the promise land. The promise land can only be imagined but not experienced by the citizens of this nation

Therefore,  helping one another would cushion some effects of frustration which many are undoubtedly passing through at this moment. Waiting for our leaders for a better life has recurrently become an exercise in futility 

The future as a whole seem bleak,  but there can be fragments of rays of hope for the select few that will heed my advice succinctly suggested above.  God Bless Nigeria. 

Yours' inspirationally, 
Tundegold. 

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Tuesday, 17 April 2018

ENTREPRENEURSHIP: 4 On-line Business You can Start With Little Capital

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If you are looking for any online business to start with low start-up cost, then this post is ideal for those with a small budget. The era of the high cost of starting an online business is long gone with the advancement of technology. Thankfully, technology has created a level playing ground for all those who want to start an online business but with a small capital or budget.

The first step to start an online business is to know the secrets of such business and its model of operation. I have written extensively on that, and my secret knowledge which I have gained over the years would help you achieve that. (You can check it out here)

I have compiled 4 online business ideas for those with low startup capital. These ideas can be brought to reality with just your laptop and Internet connection.

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Start an Online Store

This is one business idea that makes Thousands of Naira on a monthly basis. The reason is that I don’t bother selling my own product, I only sell what others have created, and make my money via juicy commissions in dollars.

This is one of the online business ideas with low startup cost, and one of the most lucrative. If you don’t have a product (like I don’t have), with no idea on how to get, then I will show you how I make thousands of Naira without having my own product.

If you don’t have an online store, it would cost just a little to set up for yourself. If you don’t have the cash, then you can follow my secret method and take all the profit for yourself without spending a dime.

Open sources like WIX, Wordpress can also be of help when trying to design an online store. However, you would still be responsible for hosting your online store on the internet. I have listed other ways you can bypass these steps and still make a huge profit for yourself.


Become a Social Media Manager

This is one of the online business ideas for those with low startup capital. With several social media platforms coming up with great speed, several individuals are looking for those who are capable of managing their online platforms.

The importance of a social media presence has created several business opportunities. It is hard work creating contents for social media. Then with several platforms to manage, you can end up making it a full-time business.

Many companies require social media managers to help drive up the number of followers they have, create contents to keep them engaged and keep them active. You can then start an online business around this model without the need of much startup capital. All you need is just your laptop and expertise to create engaging contents.


Become a Web/Mobile App Developer

This online business is basically for those who have spent some certain amount of years learning how to code and develop websites. If you don’t fall into the above category, there are also other options for you.

It is also possible for a non-tech enthusiast with no prior coding skills to develop and create their own applications. With the introduction of Mobile Apps Production Software, anybody can possibly develop their own mobile application.

This then allows you to offer your services on several freelancing platforms like Fiverr and Upwork. The secret to making money on these platforms depends on knowing how they work.

Coming in as an armature might cost you so much frustration and downtime, but once you know how it works, you can start earning as fast as possible.


Sell Books on Amazon

Instead of writing and collecting a one-time payment, you can keep getting recurring revenue by selling your books on Amazon Kindle. This business idea is good for those with low startup capital.

All you need is just a book cover designer, and you are in line to earn money for a lifetime through your book. The more books you write and host, the more money you make. You can either sell the books on your online store or you utilize Amazon kindle.

Whichever method you desire to use, you are in line to make good money for a lifetime.


If you desire to either start up your online store or sell as an affiliate, I have written down this guide that would help you know all the secrets I use to make money. Once you start your online business, you make money without limits.

See you at the top!

-(Credit: Nairaland)

Wednesday, 11 April 2018

POETRY: Africa my Africa By David Diop



Born in Bordeaux,  French West African Poet David Diop wrote poetry that reflected hope of an Africa free of colonial rulers, and in support of African Independence.
In his Poem ‘Africa my Africa,’  we can depict his pain, his struggle for understanding, and his yearning for the freedom of  black slaves. 
I love this poem first for its inspiration and secondly  cos it echoes patriotism for the African race. 
Enjoy Reading! 


Africa, my Africa
Africa of proud warriors in ancestral savannahs
Africa of whom my grandmother sings
On the banks of the distant river
I have never known you
But your blood flows in my veins
Your beautiful black blood that irrigates the fields
The blood of your sweat
The sweat of your work
The work of your slavery
Africa, tell me Africa
Is this you, this back that is bent
This back that breaks
Under the weight of humiliation
This back trembling with red scars
And saying yes to the whip under the midday sun
But a grave voice answers me
Impetuous child that tree, young and strong
That tree over there
Splendidly alone amidst white and faded flowers
That is your Africa springing up anew
Springing up patiently, obstinately
Whose fruit bit by bit acquires
The bitter taste of liberty.

Talent Magnet: Finding Qualified Talents to Meet an Organization's Growth Goal

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IS YOUR ORGANIZATION a Talent Magnet? An organization so attractive that top talent will be standing in line to work there? 

Too many organizations find themselves in the position of not being able to find enough qualified people to meet their growth goals. 

To answer the question, what attracts top talent, author and Vice President of High Performance Leadership at Chick-fil-A, Inc. Mark Miller commissioned a research study to interview over 7000 people from age fourteen to sixty-five and included both professional and hourly workers across all educational backgrounds. The result is Talent Magnet

Talent Magnet looks at the talent predicament from both sides—both those seeking work and those recruiting workers. It is the story of CEO Blake Brown who finds that they have a talent crisis and begins a journey to discover what it takes to find and keep top talent. It is also the story of his son Clint and his friends who are looking for a great place to work. 

What they discover is that what top talent wants and what organizations need to provide is a Better Boss, a Brighter Future, and a Bigger Vision. These concepts are all broken down in the story, but the diagram below provides an overview. 

Talent Magnet 

You don’t advertise that you're trying to attract top talent, you simply create the culture that top talent is looking for. “If you build it they will come.” You make people aware by practicing the qualities that make a top talent culture—Better Boss, a Brighter Future, and a Bigger Vision. An organization’s leadership must understand their individual roles in delivering on the promise. 

On their journey to discovery, they realized that “Many looking for work will be indifferent to our message, but Top Talent will resonate deeply with our story.” The promise should run through all of your corporate communications: engaged, caring leadership, champions of growth and opportunity, and a connection to a larger story that impacts society. 

The Top Talent Magnets are universal; they are not gender or age specific. People may leave and move on and take their skills with them. Each job is a learning opportunity. And you want people with that kind of mindset because that will serve you best. When your goal is to help your people learn the skills that will serve them the rest of their life, then you are more likely to attract and retain top talent that will drive your organizational goals. 

Blake concludes, “Working with people is the most challenging and rewarding part of being a leader. We can never shirk the responsibility. It comes with the job. If we abdicate our people responsibilities, we forfeit our leadership. People must always be our top priority. More than vision, strategy, creativity, marketing, finance, or even technology, it is ultimately people who determine our success.”                                                                                                   -(Credit: LeadershipNow)

Tuesday, 27 March 2018

THE VIRTUE IN SELF BELIEF


Self-belief is important not only for developing confidence but also for achieving success. If you believe in yourself, no one can ever stop you from reaching your goals. Believing in your self has certain irreplaceable advantages. 

Many people constantly doubt their abilities, skills, talents, opinions, and numerous other aspects that makes them who they are. For these individuals, a lot of precious time is wasted on this demeaning method of thinking.

When a person believes in their abilities, skills, talents, and value, they also develop a new logic to life. They understand that for every action there is definitely a reaction, however, each reaction can be a positive and fulfilling experience.

These individuals have a high level of self-confidence, they are usually quite motivated, and they understand the power of positive thinking.

Therefore,  I challenge u this tuesday morning,  quit the demeaning method of thinking,  start loving yourself,  cos you are different and unique from that great hero you admire in your industry. There is something only you can bring to the table that no other person can replicate exactly. Inside you lies giftings and oceans of talent waiting to be explored. 
Stop Loving others at your expense, Start falling in love with yourself. 
See you at the top!

'Yours inspirationally
-Tundegold 




Friday, 16 March 2018

7 Rules On What To Wear To A Business Meeting

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Over the past few years, work wear rules for women have changed. No longer are we expected to strut around the office in a power suit or smart shift dress and pearls.  As the office outfit guidelines soften, it’s easy to feel like we’re staring into a style vacuum.
Okay, so it’s goodbye power suits,  padded shoulders and sharp tailoring, then… what? what should we wear instead? What are the new rules? How do we balance being taken seriously in a professional environment with feeling feminine, stylish, comfortable and us?
While it’s obviously essential that you’re great at your job, the importance of being well-groomed and confidently-dressed should never be overlooked when making an impression on clients. One small style misstep could make all the difference to the outcome of a client meeting.  Here are 7 rules on what to wear to a business meeting – or, just as importantly, what not to wear.
7 Rules On What To Wear To A Business Meeting
#1. Don’t wear a cheap jacket or coat
While we may have left the 80s behind, your jacket or coat is still a vital element of your work wardrobe – and it’s worth spending some money on if you can. If you invest in a fabulous coat, be it a great colour, gorgeous fabric or classic brand, you can expect to be forgiven for wearing high street separates underneath. You’re also likely to be noticed (and remembered) by clients for all the right reasons.
#2. Don’t wear unforgiving fabrics
Look for fabrics which have a mix of both man-made and natural fibres – and wear skirts that don’t crease and trousers that don’t shine. No matter how long or demanding your day, you want to give the impression that you can easily handle it – and if your clothes look sad, tired and crumpled then so will you.
It’s much better to breeze into the meeting venue after some hours behind your desk looking professional and polished, so pick your fabrics wisely!
#3. Don’t forget to plan
One of my favourite business quotes is ‘failing to plan is planning to fail’. And when it comes to your work wardrobe, planning is vital. So look at your diary or planner, and check which meetings and events you have to attend for the week ahead – then plan an outfit for each one.
Make sure you have items that go together, are clean, fresh and ready to wear. The last thing you want on the morning of a big presentation is to discover that your skirt has a stain on it, or your shoes desperately need re-heeling.
Even if you get the odd curve ball thrown at you with an unexpected event, your wardrobe should be flexible enough to pull together an appropriate look at short notice.
#4. Don’t wear unsuitable shoes
Work from your shoes up! While it may be true that you should never judge a book by its cover, first impressions really do count. So make sure the first impressions clients are forming of you are flattering.
Avoid shoes that are dirty, scuffed, ill-fitting, obviously-cheap or unsuitable for your outfit, the weather or the occasion. Heel height is a matter of personal preference. Go high if you can walk well in heels.
But  if you’re unsteady in two inch heels, please opt for a kitten heel instead, or a ballet pump (stay away away from trainers though, as a whiff of foot odour when swapping shoes is not good office etiquette)!
#5. Don’t overlook your foundations
Get your foundations right, and make sure you’ve got a good-fitting bra for your size and shape, a nude cami vest and seamless pants.
#6. Don’t be afraid of separates
While dresses may be an easy go-to one-piece for work, don’t overlook quality separates. If you don’t do dresses normally, then don’t do them for a business meetig. Let your innate style dictate your work-wear rules and go for a great blouse, pencil skirt or tailored slim trousers and heels.
#7. Don’t fall for these office fashion crimes
If you want to look stylish and be taken seriously, say no to these all-too-common office fashion crimes too:
  • Crop tops, plunging necklines or other skin-bearing clothing.
  • Mini skirts (even when worn with opaque tights).
  • Ill-fitting, unflattering tailoring (a good local tailor or alteration service in your area can breathe new life into an old suit – then wear as separates rather than together).
Dress well, and you’ll not only feel (and look) great, but your performance will improve too – you’ll feel more confident delivering a pitch, meeting new clients to negotiate a deal.
-(Source: www.talentedladiesclub.com)

Tuesday, 6 March 2018

The 3 tasks Entrepreneurs Must Stop Doing in their Business

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When I started my first real company, Single Grain, I was a one-man shop. I did everything that needed doing, whether that meant hiring virtual assistants to help with SEO, or carrying out the administrative work needed to support them.
As my company grew, I was also forced to start hiring. After all, there's only so much you can do on your own, and getting bigger meant bringing on a team to pick up the work I couldn't get to.
At first, I was resistant. Nobody knew my company like I did, and I struggled to understand what to delegate (and when), to maintain my quality standards and not go over-budget hiring outside help.But once I actually started delegating, I could have kicked myself. As I shifted activities I wasn't really skilled at handling in the first place, I "won back" more and more of my time to spend on the ones I was. I couldn't believe I'd hesitated to expand for as long as I did.
Don't make the same mistakes I made. If you're an entrepreneur and you're still doing the three tasks below, it's time to make a change.

1. Finance

I've always been decent with numbers, so I figured I was doing fine handling my company's books on my own. And, to be fair, I never got audited, so I must have done OK.
But bringing on people with actual financial expertise changed the way I looked at my company's finances. With proper bookkeeping systems in place, I was able to better understand my cash flow and make decisions based on profit and loss statements -- not on gut feel. Having someone on my side who was knowledgeable about taxes and financial planning saved me far more than I spent, as well.
If you aren't ready for a full-time bookkeeper, accountant or CFO, no worries. Services like Bench.co can take bookkeeping requirements off your shoulders. You can also hire a contract, freelance or part-time financial pro on a more limited basis. Kris Merritt of AccountingDepartment.com describes on his blog what one of these professionals can do for you: "A part-time CFO manages cash flow, reports financial information to management efficiently and performs other important finance-related tasks that can fall under the radar at busy small businesses," Merritt writes.
"A part-time CFO can also train qualified employees to do some basic accounting work."
Get the financial help you need. It might not be as expensive as you think.

2. Legal

Your company's legal needs are another place to avoid cutting corners. I've been sued before. And it stinks. While getting professional legal help won't guarantee that that will never happen, it can reduce your odds (or at least give you a ready ally who knows you and your company should the worst occur).
I don't care how new your business is or how little cash is sitting in your bank account. The following legal tasks all require legal guidance - which, again, you can get at reasonable rates, using services like Upcounsel:
  • Your business's organization documents and initial filings
  • Your contracts
  • Your employee handbook (if applicable)
  • Funding and fundraising
  • Mergers and acquisitions
This list isn't comprehensive. A good rule of thumb is: If you think you might need a lawyer for something, you probably do.

3. Back-office work

Finally, getting administrative tasks off your plate is a no-brainer; it's a simple calculation. If I have 10 hours free, and I can use that time to either network with the contacts that will bring in business, or handle my companies' admin requirements, delegating my back office work represents a much better use of my time.
Of course, hiring out your administrative work to a real-world or virtual assistant isn't as easy as pressing "Post" on your job listing. As BiggerPockets founder and Entrepreneur contributor Brandon Turner noted: "Success with a virtual assistant doesn't come naturally. Like any skill, it must be learned, developed and mastered."
I've hired assistants -- both in-person and online -- that failed for different reasons. Now, when I'm in the position of needing administrative help, I ask myself the following questions first:
  • What specific tasks do I expect this person to complete?
  • What skills does that mean they need to have?
  • How long do I expect these tasks to take?
  • What's required on my part to get my new hire up to speed?
  • What will a successful assistant look like in this role?
Whether you're looking to delegate out your financial, legal or back-office requirements, having a plan is critical. But don't get so hung up on developing a perfect plan that you never get around to actually hiring.
Your time truly is your most valuable resource. Make sure it's being spent in the right places.                                                                                                    -(Credit:Entrepreneur)

The Strategy Paradox

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The Strategy Paradox is about managing risk. It provides a vocabulary and set of frameworks to help us begin to embrace our ignorance about the future and deal with it. 

The strategy paradox lies in the fact that the characteristics that we typically associate with success are also systematically associated with total failure. That is, the strategies with the greatest possibility of success also have the greatest possibility of failure. Author Michael Raynor, says that resolving this paradox requires a new way of thinking about strategy and uncertainty. 

In his research he found that strategies normally associated with success look very much the same as strategies that in fact lead to failure as well. What was interesting is that while successful and failed strategies look the same, strategies that lead to mediocre financial performance look very different from strategies associated with both successful and failed strategies. This leads us to the conclusion that the opposite of success is not failure, but mediocrity. So to assume that we are safe with a compelling vision, commitment and a clear focus—all defining elements of successful strategies—is misguided as these elements are also systematically connected with some of the greatest strategic disasters. The real issue is that these elements must be based on an accurate view of the future, and not surprisingly even the best minds often get this wrong. Naturally, the further out you go the greater the degree of strategic uncertainty. 

One of the reasons the future is difficult to predict is because it is random. In other words, the past isn’t always a good indicator of the future. Randomness enters in your analysis because at some point you have to confine it. You have to leave some data out, thus reducing your accuracy. To avoid this “we find ourselves compelled to build a theory of everything in order to predict anything.” Not practical—analysis paralysis. 

Another issue is cause and effect. Accurately determining why something happened before—initial conditions—is a judgment call. Even if we are correct, recreating those conditions exactly is not generally doable.  

What are we to do? Raynor suggests implementing what he calls strategic flexibility and using what he calls requisite uncertainty to allocate responsibility for managing uncertainty vertically through an organization. That is, calibrating the focus of each level of the hierarchy to the uncertainties it faces. 

For instance, Board members should be looking ten or more years out and asking, “What is the appropriate level of strategic risk for a firm to take? What resources should be devoted to mitigating risk? What sacrifices in performance are acceptable in exchange for lower strategic risk?” CEOs looking out five to ten years, should ask, “What strategic uncertainties does the company face? What strategic options are needed to cope with those uncertainties? In other words, it falls to the CEO, and the rest of the senior team, to find ways to create the strategic risk profile the board has mandated for the firm. 

Moving down the hierarchy, operational divisions dealing a time horizon of two to five years should ask, “What commitments should we make in order to achieve our performance targets? For these folks, it’s no longer about mitigating strategic risks, but making strategic commitments. And then managers with a short term time of horizon of 3 months to a year should ask, “How can we best execute the commitments that have been made in order to achieve our performance targets? There are no strategic choices to make at this level, because the time horizons are too short. 

What is useful about this book is that it is not just for CEOs. As just shown, people at all levels in an organization deal with a certain amount of uncertainty. Regardless of the timeframe they are dealing with or looking at, the tools outlined here are valuable for managing that risk.                                            -(SourceLeadershipNow)

Thursday, 1 March 2018

DOWNLOAD NEW SINGLE - GREAT IS THE LORD BY AKANLE OLANREWAJU














This song Great is the Lord is a Debut Release of Akanle Olanrewaju and it reiterates the greatness and goodness of the Lord.

In the era where there are many 'junk music' filtering the air, the spirituality in the lyrics of this song combined with the melody will get your spirit attuned to God the more. Go download and listen.


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Wednesday, 28 February 2018

How To Start A Catering Business From Home

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Catering business…Are you planning to be fat?
Are looking for a business that you can start from home? Do you sometimes host parties for your family and friends? Do you love cooking and making recipes? Are you’re up to date on food trends? Then you should consider starting a catering business.
Catering is all about providing cooking services at strategic places such as offices, hotels, events and other locations, based on contract. In Lagos, the potential profit margin in the catering business is extremely high.
You can even start a this business from home with no money, and then use your client’s advance payment to rent all the equipment you need.
Do you want to learn how to make money with your cooking or baking skills? Here is a detailed guide on how to start a catering business from home.
How To Start A Catering Business From Home:
 1. Decide on the type of catering services you will offer
Will you be an indoor or outdoor caterer? Will you cook for specific companies, hotels, etc? Or you would rather be your own boss? Will you strictly focus on providing catering services or you will provide full scale event planning services? You must think this through thoroughly  because whatever decision you arrive at will break or make your business.
For instance, if you are interested in catering for weddings, you may decide to contact florists, department store heads, musicians, and people in charge of wedding venues; and form strategic alliance with them. If corporate entertainment catches your fancy, then you may decide to contact the corporations in your area (the chambers of commerce should be able to supply you with area names).
 2. Decide on the type of food you will make
This is another important factor you must decide on before even writing a business plan.
Your decision will determine the type or course you will take at the catering school and the type of clients you will serve.
Will you specialize on African dishes, local dishes, intercontinental dishes or continental dishes?
3. Acquire the necessary skills and certification
Running a profitable catering business entails being an exceptional cook / chef, with a strict hygienic standard and exceptional customer service.
A good way to build up your knowledge by attending a catering school. And you will also be issued a certificate, which separates you from other caterers without certification.
4.Choose a name for your business
5.  Write a catering business plan
Having a business plan clearly distinguishes you from the average self employed caterer, as it helps you to forge your mission, vision, goals and objectives. It also helps to keep your business on track.
Even if you are starting a catering business from home, you still need to write a business plan. This is because it can become an important tool tomorrow as you try to expand and source for funding. 
6. Create a Menu
A food menu is one of the first things that clients like to see. So you will need to get many items to suit different tastes and demand, even if you specialize in one type of meal.
Also, you should consider offering vegetarian and vegan meals for clients who don’t eat meat or other animal products. Keep your menu to a manageable size, with foods you can cook comfortably and with ingredients you can buy locally.
7.  Test your dishes
Once you are done creating your menu, organize a small scale party with friends / family and have them taste your meals. Ask for their honest feedback on both the food and service. Then, you can adjust your dishes.
8.  Look for a good location to rent
 If you are starting this business from home, then you don’t need to rent a space. However, if you decide to make this a full time business, you will need a more permanent storage and cooking equipment.
9.  Register your business
Certification is not enough to run a catering business; you will need to find out what license is required and acquire it immediately. The license for this business is overseen by the Food and Health Authority. You will need to pay a certain amount of fee before your license will be processed. The Food and Health Authority will access your catering equipment, to ensure that they are in good shape.
10. Purchase the necessary catering equipment
The equipment you will purchase depend on the type of service you plan to offer and the size of your catering outfit. If you are starting from home, you can rent or lease the catering equipment you need.
You will need serving platters and serving utensils. Buy linens, napkins, table decorations and centerpieces. You must also make sure you have the proper equipment to keep the food hot or cold. Some caterers also offer tent canopies for outdoor events.
11. Set up your kitchen
The equipment you will use in your catering business is more expensive than the one you use in your personal kitchen. This is because catering entails cooking on a large scale, it requires industrial equipment. You will also need baking equipment if you plan to bake.
12. Decide what staff you will need to help you with food preparation, delivery, and service.
Consider what type of uniforms you want your serving staff to wear. Train your employees.
13. Market your business.
Hand out fliers and menus and post on social media. Also consider placing ads in local newspapers a few weeks before you plan to open.
Word of mouth is one of the best ways to boost a new catering business. If your first events go smoothly, you’ll have your hands full with new clients.
 Many caterers start by working at another catering company before jumping in and starting their own business. This will help you see if catering business is truly for you.
Oh yes, getting fat. Statistically, most caterers put on a significant amount of weight from all the tasting and sampling they have to do. If you are going to cater from home, put in a weight loss plan from the start and avoid this eventuality. Unless of course you really do want to be fat.                                                                                                                                                     -(Source: Ekoconnect)

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