Wealth Ladder Magazine :: Editor's Letter
September 2015
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It is without a doubt that grumpy attracts no one. There seems to be a misconception that Entrepreneurship is a painful uphill battle. Yes, that could be true but isn’t it what makes it more fascinating? Like they say
easy come, easy go”. Hardships should be prepared for. Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying you have to be an over-the-top personality to be a happy and successful entrepreneur. The happiest of people don’t have the best of everything; they just make the best of what they already have. For instance, if you have been neglecting your employees, it is not too late to start embracing them, being happy with them and creating a positive fulfilling work environment. Page on to see what tips we have this month for making your employees feel more wanted. The key to having a good relationship with your employees is rather obvious: Your employees aren't your slaves, and they’re not drones; they’re people who deserve your respect. Praise them when their work is excellent.
Thank Goodness spring is finally here. September month came along with a creativity and zest for life. On our décor section, we have brilliant touch up ideas on how you can turn your office into a livelier vibrant environment. Ambiance in the office brings about productivity. If it’s boring, it can’t inspire you or your employees to do better.
It’s been a busy but exciting few weeks for Wealth Ladder, putting together the Breakfast and Contacts Business Event, which everyone is looking forward to attending, and more excitingly_ getting our app up and running. Yes, our magazine can now be downloaded on all Smartphones and Tablets. Featured on our WealthTech page is how one goes about downloading Wealth Ladder Magazine App and being part of the “Wealth Creator’s digital world”. We know starting your own business means that you have to be constantly connected to your Smartphone and laptop, hoping that an email comes through from a venture capitalist or waiting for an answer from your partner. Why not wait on while being spoon-fed by Wealth Ladder Magazine content.
One of the most difficult hurdles as a start-up is convincing someone to loan you millions of rands to fund your weeks-old business. When you take into account the fact that an average venture capital investor will potentially see thousands of pitches in a year, it becomes exponentially harder to prove your business as a worthy investment. Page on to see what it is that Capital Investors really want to hear.
No matter what your product or service, you must be prepared. The reward of being prepared could be good enough to take your business to the next level.
Once again. Thank you for reading this success driven lifestyle magazine. My advice this month is - Never, ever quit. Accept things as they are and deal with them accordingly. We all get sidetracked from time to time and, although you probably can’t identify a reason why right now, there’s probably a good reason why Opportunity A didn’t work out, but once Opportunity D or Opportunity Q proves successful, you’ll realize why you shouldn’t have quit at the start of Opportunity A. Lastly, don’t forget to be happy and smile 
Just Curtis Beth


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