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Entrepreneur’s Workplace

Niche Role as an Employee Profession - Zinny Factor
Career Change, Entrepreneur's Workplace

Why Heading Into A Niche Is A Good Thing

Maybe you’re at odds with your current job, and you want to find something niche you would be more suited for. You’re not the only one, in fact, your boat is overcrowded. Many people want to work in their particular industry but haven’t been able to find a job that they find is going to allow them to be at their best.

This is where niche roles come into play because despite being in the same industries, they offer something different and off the beaten path. But what is a niche job exactly? Clearly, it’s something that isn’t part of the norm and offers something that is not going to be for everyone. On the other hand, it can also be deemed more specialist, something that requires unique skills that are hard to come by.

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How to Find a Mentor - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace, Getting Ahead, Getting Started

How To Find A Mentor: 5 Practical Tips

In a previous article, I talked about how mentorship has been helpful in my career journey. Naturally, the next thing should be to discuss how you can actually find a mentor. So in this article, we’ll dive even further while being realistic.

Basically, where do you find one? How does it even begin? Are you just supposed to go out there, discover some outspoken person and demand that he/ she become your mentor? Is this even a logical way to go about this?

A lot of times, we hear that you must have a mentor, everyone out there seems to be scouting for a mentor. I mean, in the last post, I argued for the case of mentorship and the fact that it has helped me. If that’s the case, why wouldn’t you want to find a mentor, right?

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Inspire People - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace, Inspiration

Want to Inspire and Help Others? Here Are Some Things to Do First

Life is a great adventure, and a major part of that adventure is developing ourselves professionally, and striving to achieve our various goals and ambitions to the best of our ability which could include to inspire people.

But what happens if you’ve been successful on the path, and feel like you should be branching out somehow?

Well, for many people, the desire naturally arises to inspire and help others to move past their own shortcomings and doubts, and to achieve their goals and live happy and prosperous lives.

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Business Owner - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace

How To Get Started With Your Business Idea

When you first start to think about setting up your own business idea, it can be really exciting. Whether you’re someone that has been wanting to do this for years, or you have only just started to think about it, you might just want to get things started as much as you can. But when you don’t have any business experience or you have not really thought about how this is going to work, it’s hard for you to work out where to start.

However, you will find that it’s definitely a lot simpler than it may seem. You just need to break everything down, take it step by step, and everything will be started before you know it.

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Music as a Career - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace, Getting Ahead

Making Music a Career

Setting up your own business is hard enough especially when it’s in the music industry. There’s so much to consider from your accounting needs, to your marketing plan, not to mention the manufacturing and selling of the product or service you’re offering.

This is challenging enough in the regular business world but when you’re a creative person trying to market your music, this can be made ten times harder. In this short guide we take a look at what it takes to start off in the music industry, if you’re not lucky enough to win a TV talent show.

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Emphasize Ethic - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Start Emphasizing The Human Side Of Your Business

Many modern business owners are starting to emphasize  embrace ethical values throughout their branding and the culture of their companies. This is because consumers make a bigger connection with brands that are people-centric, and recent years have shown that it can really drive a business into the public eye.

For instance, Google has completely dominated the search engine marketplace for decades, but 

has recently started to gain massive popularity because of its environmental message (it plants a tree for every search made). If you want to gain success then you should start emphasizing the human side of your business. The following suggestions might give you some ideas to help you achieve this.

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Career Change, Entrepreneur's Workplace, Getting Started

Protecting Yourself When Starting In A Controversial Field

Every single human on the face of the planet is different. Whether you have things in common with someone else or not, it is just about impossible to find a person who will agree with you when it comes to every issue. This might make you appear controversial.

In some cases, people will feel very passionate about issues, acting in ways which other people would consider too extreme. Of course, though, you will also find those who feel strongly about something without any real cause. As a small business person working a potentially controversial field, learning how to handle this is a crucial part of the work you do.

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Creative and Work - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace, Side Hustle Series

Building A Supportive Network Around Your Creative Passion

If you were to believe the romantic representation in the media, you might think that embarking in a creative career – full-time or as a side hustle – can be liberating and empowering.

While there is no denying that your creative passion can isolate you from your community. Being creative, it’s ultimately using your soul as a product on the market. Needless to say, it can be a solitary and challenging experience that forces you to question your sense of self-worth when you’re rejected.

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Starting a Restaurant - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Overcoming The Extreme Worries Of Running A Restaurant

An overwhelming majority of restaurants close in the first three years of their opening. In your local town or city, you’ve likely noticed the revolving changes of restaurants in the rental spaces around your area, and as you live there longer, you will notice more and more cropping up.

Running a restaurant is hard, highly competitive, and can never be considered a static process. It is a dynamic responsibility that is very hard and requires an immense amount of work. But when things are running as planned, it can be one of the most enjoyable businesses to take care of.

The hospitality industry is known for its high standards and uniform consideration when running that style of business, but it is possible to have your own take on it. More importantly, though, is that you learn how to run a business without worrying to the point of being paralyzed, and can instead focus on learning, taking part, and enjoying your trade fully. With our following advice, we hope you can do just that.

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Business From Self-Storage Unit - ZInny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Things To Ask Yourself Before You Launch A Business

When you launch a business, there is a lot on your mind. How are you going to fund it, will you get the success that you want and need, and will you be able to get a great team together so that your office is a productive environment with some hard working employees?

All of these questions (and more) are so important, but before you get to these, there are some other vital things to address. We’ve put together some questions for those thinking of launching a business, so that you can be sure that you’re taking the right route.

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