For our first installment of our Support Start-Ups program, we have Business Pa More, an RTW online seller all the way from Bukidnon. Let’s all support Pinoy start-ups!
To research all small decisions is advice that applies throughout your business, regardless of what that business may be. It may sound simple, but often the ‘little things’ get pushed to the back when you’re building a business, making endless decisions and trying to do too many things at once. Thorough research will save you time and money – two very valuable commodities.
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Look within you, ask yourself what you have to offer, find a way to monetize it, create a value proposition, offer it to the world.
Go for a walk; cultivate hunches; write everything down, but keep your folders messy; embrace serendipity; make generative mistakes; take on multiple hobbies; frequent coffeehouses and other liquid networks; follow the links; let others build on your ideas; borrow, recycle, reinvent.
The set-up is that he will take care of the cows for us, we as the owners will own the cow and the first calf offspring. Tatang will then own the second offspring of the said cow. As for the third and succeeding offsprings, we have yet to discuss since we haven’t reached that point yet.
My well-meaning colleague also told me to start a sari-sari store in our house so that my parents will not get bored, and for extra income. He kept on repeating this suggestion even if I already told him that there are 5 sari-sari stores within a 15-meter radius from our house.
For 2016, I’m seeking to diversify and build on other sources of passive income as more or less, I have already established a habit of investing on these “usual vehicles” the past years. Plus the higher financial demands of a married life.
To say that 2015 was a tough year for investments is an understatement. We had a tough 2014, we thought we have recovered at the start of 2015, only to end lower from where we started the year.
Many are put off by the bureaucratic and legal hurdles of registering a new business entity. Let’s face it, starting a business in the Philippines is no walk in the park. It often requires countless hours spent filling out paperwork and having to deal with a few unhelpful employees in some cases. But, while the process can be tedious and sometimes complex, it’s not impossible, especially with a lot of patience.