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Black business – various qualities of a black entrepreneur

Black Business – Various Qualities of a Black Entrepreneur

Starting your own business requires many characteristics. Not everyone in this world is suited to be a business owner or an entrepreneur. One must take ample of time to think about his motivations, his personality, and his abilities. Starting a business is a huge responsibility in itself and not everyone is fit for this job.

Being an entrepreneur requires a lot of abilities and qualities. The first quality of a black entrepreneur is the decision taking power. This is the first and the foremost step in starting a black business which is owned by black entrepreneur. Taking the decision of starting a black business is the first step in setting up the business and an important quality in the black entrepreneur.

Another important quality that a black entrepreneur must have is the quality of being your own boss. It is tempting to read and hear about being your own boss, but it requires a lot of dedication and many more qualities that are required to run a black business. It is a very responsible position and the person must be dedicated and strong willed to take on this responsibility.

A black entrepreneur must have leadership qualities in order to manage the employees because he is the person who has all the responsibility of his black business. It must be in his nature to take decisions independently and confidently about his black business. Sometimes in the black business, it required to take decisions instantly, so the black entrepreneur must have such a quality. He must also have the quality of taking the responsibility of his decisions.

Since at every stage of the black business, the black entrepreneur will face competition from various different organizations, so he must be ready to face the challenges. The black entrepreneur must have the quality of accepting and enjoying the challenges in order to succeed and do well for his black business.

Starting a black business requires various resources and contacts in the market. The black entrepreneur must be well connected in the market so that he can have a good start for his business. An important aspect that one must look out for is how good your resources are and how do they contribute to the betterment of the black business. The black entrepreneurs must have faith in their employees. They must take their opinions in taking up some of the decisions which could lead to the betterment of the black business.

Another quality of the black entrepreneur must be self discipline and will power. A self disciplined person can lead his team properly and efficiently. The black entrepreneur will be like an ideal for his employees if he is calm, self confident and self disciplined. So in order to make his black business a success, a black entrepreneur must have all these qualities in himself.

The hidden agenda of interviews

The Hidden Agenda of Interviews

Copyright 2005 The Perfect Interview

It’s Not What They Ask – The Hidden Agenda of Interviews What do
you think you’re going to an interview for? To list your
qualifications and discuss what’s on your resume? That’s just
the tip of the iceberg, and you’re the Titanic if you don’t go
in with at least an idea of what is behind their questions.

Sure, there are the standard questions, because the basic
information has to be conveyed some way, and besides reading
your resume, they like to see you sweat and whether you can be
caught out with any inconsistencies between what is on paper,
and what comes out of your mouth. But interviews can be full of
potholes that you won’t even see coming, because you’ve been
lulled into a false sense of bonhomie by the pleasant manner of
the recruiter. Before you know it, and sometimes even without
knowing it, you’re spilling all your little job secrets, your
insecurities, and clues as to your character or work ethics.

Preparation as always, is the key. Having talent and being
committed to your employer won’t cut any mustard, if the
interviewer snags a juicy bit out of something you just said,
and tosses it back at you, only to be greeted with a blank stare
and stuttering.

It’s not what you want out of the job, it’s what you can bring
to the job.

Face it, you can be the most qualified (technically) candidate
on the planet, but you’re not going to get the position on that
alone. Do your homework and find out what the company wants in
the person who does get the job. What do they expect in the way
of job performance? How do they view initiative? Then when
you’re interviewed, give them a potential employee who has all
that and the technical skills. Because a successful interview is
not always about what you can tell them, but about what they
want to hear.

Employers want people who are not only going to keep the company
running, but who are going to take it to new levels of success.

You can tell an interviewer what you’re capable of, but how are
you going to sell them on your aptitude and attitude? Show them,
that’s how!

Don’t just say “I work well with others”, tell them how you
involved different departments in a cooperative effort to cut
waste within the office, and how your past employer benefited
from it, as well as how the company “team” enjoyed their joint
efforts.

Never mind boasting that you have a nose for new things. Give
them a rundown (not a brag list) of new procedures that you
initiated, which resulted in more efficient operations at your
last job. Or tell them about the ideas you presented, which were
incorporated into the company marketing plan, resulting in
increased profits for the last year.

As stated in The Perfect Interview Book
(www.theperfectinterview.com) interviews are not just
fact-finding missions. Recruiters and company interviewers are
looking beyond the person in front of them, to find the right
one for the job. And the applicant who gives them a potential
employee with depths to be plumbed to the company’s benefit, is
the one who’s going to get that job.