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As an entrepreneur myself, you need your plan!
and fast because someone else will take your plan and build it himself! You need a trademark of your own ideas! Say for example, two entrepreneurs come to me,
one tells me all about his plan and how he's going to revolutionize the world! At the end of the day I wont invest because I'm not going to take him seriously!
now Entrepreneur number two comes with a plan well thought, written down possibly gives me a copy to well think it out! And on it, it has your ideas,
your collaborations with whom, it has answers to my questions as to why I should invest! Now That's professionalism!! You see the difference? If you have an idea,
write it down, claim it as yours! But also be professional about it. Nobody is going to listen to someone who just talks.
We need security and comfort as to where my money is going!!! Hope this helps!!
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Social networking is a tool to facilitate entrepreneurship.
There seems to be a belief that automation, the Internet and social networking can make the business succeed when in fact the real design of the enterprise itself
may be lacking (niche, market base, business plan, competitive analysis and financial forecasting).
I hear from many clients who ask, "What Now?" having launched an enterprise that is going nowhere because they are driving the tools and not the car.
I take them back to the garage, design the auto to see if it can run and then apply the wrenches retroactively if that is possible. It is usually a
traumatic experience and could have been avoided with strategic and business planning before launch.

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Mcgraw-Hill... | Answered on Jan 12, 2018


One of the 'smartest' concepts from social entrepreneurship is reinvesting 100% of the profits back into the business for the purpose of
increasing the reach of your product/service to create maximum positive impact. Because social enterprises are slaves to their mission rather than their investors,
they can afford to create the biggest, best business without promising high returns to their investors.

The implications of this are that social enterprises can become high growth, sustainable businesses at a faster rate than corporate enterprises.You can get the detail from.
http://www.EntrepreneursBest.com

Mcgraw-Hill... | Answered on Mar 22, 2014


can't say for sure, but I might be able to add something from my experience. I was volunteering for a few months with Grameen Caldas.
While there a few different social businesses were preparing for launch. Along with myself, there were other volunteers as well.
I had come independently while some others had come through a Social Enterprise masters program.
One of the girls said something along the lines of how much more she was learning there than in her classes.
Perhaps, you'd be better off doing an independent volunteer placement with a similar organization somewhere.
If cost is no issue, I suppose you can't go wrong either way. However,
you may be able to learn more, get more hands on experience and make a bigger impact simply through doing some independent volunteering.Try this site to get more help
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Mcgraw-Hill... | Answered on Mar 21, 2014


Yes. Peanuts are considered to be a rich source of potassium. 100 grams of peanuts contains 750 mg of potassium.

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Check the loading of tobacco. Visually, there are too many or few. Also check paper loading.

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Avocado Tree Dying Look here. Maybe this will be helpful for you! :)

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To help ripen pears quicker add ripe bananas or apples in paper bag with pears.

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Almost all foods have some of it, so the serving size becomes important. For a low-potassium diet avoid LARGE servings of
- whole grain bread, brans, granola
- sports drinks, all milk products, soy milk
- apricots, avocado, bananas, melons, oranges, pears, dried fruits
- baked beans, raw cabbage, raw carrots, olives, potato, pumpkin, spinach, tomatoes, most bean types
- clams, most fish, most beef types
- salt free soups, low-salt and salt substituted foods = avoid these completely
- peanut butter, peanuts, chocolate
Note that this list is NOT exhaustive and can be eaten in smaller quantities, 1/2 cup or so.
Low potassium foods are
- white flour and white breads
= cakes and pies without chocolate or high-K fruits or nuts
- apples, apricots, blackberries, cherries, grapes, mandarins, peaches (drain syrup off), pineapple, plums, strawberries
- asparagus, green beans, cooked cabbage and carrots, cauliflower, corn, eggplant, lettuce, fresh mushrooms (not canned), onions, green peas, zucchini
- chicken, turkey, tuna fish, eggs
- almonds, cashews (1 oz)
- cheddar chesse, cottage chess (1 oz)
Again this list is NOT exhaustive. For complete info see a dietician, or do an exhaustive Google search eg
http://www.uptodate.com/contents/low-potassium-diet-beyond-the-basics
.

Cooking | Answered on Apr 29, 2020


There isn't an exact conversion. But, you're looking at roughly 4 1/3 cups of flour.

Cooking | Answered on Apr 24, 2020

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https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/11-proven-health-benefits-of-garlic

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Dark syrup is not the same thing as dark molasses; it is a sibling to corn syrup. The closest alternative to dark syrup, if you can't find it, is mixing three parts light corn syrup and one part molasses. This will give you the closes flavor with common pantry items.

Cooking | Answered on Feb 19, 2020


Just chop it with the right pieces, pack it in a bag for freezing and put it in the freezer

Cooking | Answered on Feb 02, 2020


These informative websites will explain you about the different types of apples, their characteristics, and at what time of the year they grow: http://www.pickyourown.org/apples.htm, http://www.orangepippin.com/apples, and http://www.personal-nutrition-guide.com/types-of-apples.html.

Cooking | Answered on Jan 27, 2020


Hello, Catherine -

Have you asked the person/s who gave you the pies?

From the recipes I have found online, the completed pies do not need baking. Just thaw them out to eat.

The pie filling is cooked on a stove and poured into a pre-baked pie crust and cooled.

Best wishes.

Cooking | Answered on Jan 12, 2020

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