Category Archives for "Jerry’s Notes"

Feb 15

#26 – Don’t Burn Bridges

By | Jerry's Notes

I said that I may be resigning from the company but I’m always here to help in case they need someone to guide the one who replaced me or if they have questions on the projects that I handled. In return, they also offered to help me in my business, give advice and promote it […]

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Feb 14

#25 – Surprise Your Customers

By | Jerry's Notes

Happy Valentine’s Day Leapreneurs! Since it’s the Hearts’ Day today, I remember a program that I did for our P&G distributor in Bicol Region, way back in 2003. During that time, I was sent by my company back then (P&G, the company behind Tide, Ariel, Pantene, Safeguard, etc.) to learn the actual distributor operations and […]

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Feb 13

#24 – Why I Keep Pushing Myself

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Jerry’s Notes # 24 – Why I Keep Pushing Myself **This lesson is contributed by Mark Bryan Asilo of Myne, Inc.** Someone asked me before what keeps me going and wanting to achieve more and push myself further. I believe that in business, you can’t really stop… the lines of personal and work becomes very very […]

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Feb 09

#23 – Keep Your Hands Dirty

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Today, on our Jerry’s Notes # 23, we will talk about why it’s important to be hands-on with your business. During the first few years of your business, you should be hands-on with your business and be willing to do the “dirty” work. This will allow you to see what’s happening in the business first-hand, […]

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Feb 08

#22 – Be Careful With Emulating Big Companies

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Today on our Jerry’s notes # 22 , We will be talking about emulating big companies. What works for a big company may not necessarily work in a small company. Why? It’s because the dynamics between the two is very different — they face different challenges and they have different available resources. For example, in start-up […]

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Feb 07

#21 – Separate Business and Personal Expenses

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Jerry’s Notes # 21 – Business and Personal Expenses Today, we will talk about Business and Personal Expenses. One of the common mistakes of a starting entrepreneur is that they use their profit from their business in their Personal Expenses, making growth for the business to be less and complicated. In this live facebook video, […]

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Feb 06

#20 – Use The 80/20 Principle

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The 80/20 Principle is one of the things I usually talk about whenever I have a chance. This principle has transformed the way I manage my business. It basically means that all things are not created equal. In fact, only 20% of your effort will deliver the 80% of the results that you want. Conversely, […]

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Jan 31

#17 – Put Your One Foot in the Door

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Selling and persuasion is one of the most interesting skills to learn when you become an entrepreneur. They say that to have a successful business, a good product is not enough. You also have to be good at convincing customers to try your product, especially at the early stage when you are still building the […]

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