5 Strategies For Building the Next Billion-Dollar Startup

The entrepreneurial career path is a brutal and unforgiving one. There are plenty of challenges ahead that will seek to test out your willpower to succeed in the business. Nonetheless, starting a startup is a valiant and worthwhile risk to take. Here’s 5 strategies that will give your concept a tangible structure or foundation from which to build around in.   Grind It If you ask the billionaire genius, Elon Musk, regarding how long one should work per week in order to get ahead of competition and really build a great business, you’ll be surprised it isn’t anywhere near the 40-hour work week most people punch into their time cards. Be prepared to commit 80 to 100 hours per week to your startup. While it is absolutely possible to build a startup while working a day job, the results tend to be lackluster and the process can take more time during which other competitors may have already surfaced.   Secure a Good Location Many startups that have grown into or near Unicorn status are famous for their humble beginnings in cramped garages or smelly college dormitories. However, as your startup gets bigger, from a soloist to perhaps 5 or 10 people, you will need spacious meeting rooms, research facilities, and employee cubicles. Fortunately, you can find these affordable office space for rent in Malaysia, from serviced to virtual offices. These work spaces enable you to expand quickly without burning through huge amounts of capital.   Build a Culture Culture is one of the key proponents of great startups. Having a culture that both employees and clients can connect to is...

How to Squeeze the Dollars Off Your Used Car

Selling your used car can be a challenge in today’s economy. Buyers know they have higher negotiating power now more than ever. Still, maximizing the returns from your used car is important since the money will likely be used to for something else, such as a new family car or college funds for your children. Regardless, here’s how to squeeze every dollar you can from the sale.   Figuring Out the Value When people see used cars for sale, price is usually the first thing that gets asked. If you don’t know the pre-owned value of the vehicle, interested buyers may be driven away by the relatively overpriced valuation. On the other hand, placing a lower valuation on the vehicle could attract buyers, but then you’ll end up getting a cheap sale. Work on finding the right balance between a profitable and time-sensitive car sale. Nowadays, it’s becomes easier to get legit valuation on anything you’re considering putting up for sale, whether it be a used car or real estate. Websites like Kelly Blue Book offer a car price estimation tool that’s free to use and easy to navigate. Most websites require minimal personal information to get started and you get the results in less than a minute.   How To Go About Selling It You can either sell the used car directly to a private buyer, through a local dealership, or even trade it in for a different car. There are pros and cons for each one that you should be aware of. For instance, selling directly to a private buyer minimizes paperwork but can also involve intense...

Clever Ways To Make Your Small Room Not So Small Anymore

Small bedrooms can be a tough thing to deal with. If you try to cram too much stuff into a room like that, it can feel stuffy, unorganized, it can become difficult to keep clean, and can make your already tiny room feel even smaller. Below, we will go over some things that you can do in order to open up your room and create more space within it. Raising your Bed Platforms beds like this will allow you to add an additional 30+ sq. ft. of storage in your room. By lifting your bed off the ground, it will create space to store pretty much anything that you can fit under there. One suggestion is to use bins that can slide under your bed. You can store the lesser used items in the middle because they are harder to get to. If your bed is against a wall or in a corner, you can store the lesser used items towards the back of the bed outline. Use smaller bins to store items that you will use more often around the outline of the bed. This will allow you to maximize your storage space under your bed without making it difficult to reach the things you need to get to on a regular basis. For additional storage, you can use platform stilts. The stilts will raise your bed off the ground even further which will allow you to double or triple the storage space available underneath. Multi-functional Furniture Visit your local furniture shop and search for furniture that can serve multiple purposes. Multi-functional furniture will allow you to decrease...

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