Teching Care Of Business: Internet Style (Part 3 of 3)

27Jul06

You Don’t Have An Excuse Not To Succeed

Yes, there is a learning curve to doing business online. But then again, there is a learning curve to doing business offline. The learning curve is not an excuse not to get online. There are books, courses, mentors, free information online, forums, blogs, to guide you towards being a roaring success online. Help is there if you want it.

Because the pace of the Internet is so fast, with new technologies springing up faster than Bush can take to pronounce “nuclear” correctly, the rules of online engagement are continuously changing. This means you will be forced to change as well. Change is frightening. Why change something that is working so well for you? Let’s face it, we’re living in the New Economy. An economy where there is very little room for losers. Where changes come hard and fast and if you’re unable to tame this beast called change and learn to ride it, your days as an entrepreneur doing business online are numbered. Faced with Hobson’s choice, I know you’re sensible enough to opt for the ride.

With Technopreneur, I hope to make your entrepreneurial adventure a whole lot easier by supporting you to use internet technology towards the direction that benefits you the most. Business and technology are almost always entwined. Evolution of technology inadvertently leads to evolution in business. The one who spots technological trends and learns to use it, gains an upper hand over their competition.

If you’re just getting your feet wet with this whole Internet thingy, then there is no better time to start than now. If you’re already an entrepreneur with virtuosic keyboard skills and dexterous mouse control, there is no better time to take your business success to another level than now. Either way, get started!

 

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