Just finished pic related. Why do business people read it? Here I was expecting a treatise on how to manipulate individuals, how to time your assent to the head of the business.
Instead I got a actual book on Military Tactics and moving and commanding large forces!!
Did I miss something? I totally get all the part of deception, basically invert every reality in your enemy's perception. I also get all the shit about premeditation and intelligence -- know your terrain (which could be transposed to marketplace or the interpersonal dynamics of your office)... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1577294 it's popular with young executives, mostly male sociopaths, that like to see themselves as epic warriors and captains of industry.
in reality business isn't just struggle against competitors with no rules or ethics governing it. The main strategy is helping people, not harming them or taking advantage of their weaknesses.
that doesn't feel as cool to a 25 year old middle manager with a couple lines of coke in him when he's bragging to his friends about his conquests and acquisitions.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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So i've got this 1GB VPS at a web hosting company. It has roughly 50gb of space available and obviously not enough RAM to do much with. Any suggestions of how I could make even $100 a month on it? Selling space to other people isn't an option. Currently i'm toying with the idea of a youtube knock off clone.
>>1577251 IPOs are substantially more difficult to get into, for two reasons. First, they are significantly more rare. The number of attempted IPOs in a given year is a tiny, tiny fraction of the M&A dealflow (ex. there have only been 88 IPOs YTD). Second, IPOs are almost always substantially larger transactions in terms of dollars and complexity. Whereas biglaw M&A work can run the gambit from $1 million filers to massive acquisitions, IPOs are always large-scale multi-disciplinary transactions.
If you're... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
interesting question /biz/, I wondered if anyone has the business IQ to solve this because it's a bit tricky (this isn't my homework)
here's the scenario: 1. there are two businesses operating in the same supply chain. lets say a vacuum cleaner shop, and a vacuum bag shop
2. there is potential competition between them if they were to sell the same products (eg. the vacuum bag shop starts selling actual vacuums) however this option would reduce profits for both parties as both businesses do better within their specialized area
3. a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
now my first thought is a simple cashback system "buy a dyson for 500$ from his store, and I'l give you 100$ back" but the issue is that the vacuum store would just raise their prices accordingly and make more profit
your money might go straight into the potential competitor's pocket and you would have nothing to show for it
if you made a deal where he agreed not to raise prices, this could be illegal price fixing
if you set a clear pattern where for instance your cash-back floated in tandem with his eg. he sells 400, your give... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
another option would be to offer dyson vacuum bags free with any new dyson vacuum bought
however the same problem would occur if the offer was only redeemable in your store
the vacuum shop owner would let the bag store give away your bags in the vacuum store, however this would quickly lead to one store absorbing the business of the other and thus I can't see it being a good option for the bag store
>>1577109 I guess I would have said buy a guitar and play everyday. I think that would have made me a lot happier but more importantly instilled in my a sense of rhythm and self-discipline that I could apply to other crafts/skill-sets and eventually into entrepreneurship.
Once your company is very dependent of you what's the best way to ask for a raise? I'm 22 and already make more than ~90% of my go workers but I feel like they're just cucks who are scared to ask since they are older and married with kids
So there's like three of these big ass corporations which have tried to build portfolios of luxury brands, buying up the true, real old-school luxury brands like LV and Moet etc.
But why are other luxury brands like Chanel or Prada content to be on their own? In fact Ferrari was recently spun-off from Fiat.
So what the hell is the advantage for a luxury conglomerate like LMVH? I mean what the hell does Champagne have to do with Luggage and Shoe manufacture? They can't really find any synergies in their supply chain. The brands are distinct and highly... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
APH does have a pretty bright future, cant you wait a month or 2? Youve obviously missed the boat on pot stocks but there's still money to be made. I bought it at 1.20$ a few months ago and I'm still holding until april cuz thats when shits gonna go down
>26 years old >only have an English Degree >work for a Credit Card Processing company as an Account Manager >job is constantly stressful as fuck What should I do /biz/? I don't know if I should go back to school or what. I feel trapped. I suck at Math and I don't have many skills.
>>1576889 they had an open position as a temp. it was just data entry. I've worked at jobs before so I knew I needed to bust my butt and take on as many responsibilities in hopes they'd hire me. they did and promoted me.
With all the political jibber jabber and whatnot let's talk about something else.
What's /biz/'s opinion on this guy? I have a friend who works in the financial sector (investments and speculation) and is adamant that he's just a con artist. This guy doesn't believe global warming is real - AT ALL. He believes that Musk is using the whole global warming issue as an excuse to hype up his automobiles and to get government funding and shit to prop up his shell of a company.
I have another friend who works in statistics and although isn't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I own a 3 star boutique hotel in city with 750,000 population in europe. rooms setup: 1 double bed room single 35eur double 40eur 8 twin bed room single 35eur double 40eur 2 tripple bed suite room single 40eur double 50eur tripple 60 all prices include breakfast
bank valued the building 550.000eur I owned the building before it was valued 450.000 and i invested 200.000 into remaking it into a hotel but they value it 550.000 not 650.000
The 200.000 i invested are credit from bank i pay 3.000 a month from which 1.400 are interest.
I have... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1576613 Sallary for all 6 employees is 3.000 a month including insirances since some are part time. I make about 5.000 a month so -3000 for salary is 2000 and - 3000 a month for the bank credit i am left with -1000 a month. I had 3 months when i made 7.000+ so all in all im litterally on 0 money not made any not spent any BUT i did pay of 12 months of the credit off so this is my only profit I have been open for a year
Im in the US but am familiar with hotels. Sounds like your rates are too low or youre not renting enough rooms. How many rooms are rented each night on average. How many rooms in total do you have?
Also, if youre a boutique you will likely be still competing with other hoteliers. Creating a subtly themed place can help differentiate you.
However, you should be turning a profit every month for it to be worthwhile. If you are consistently losing money than it may be necessary to walk away. In terms... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So a while back I got contacted by one of those """companies""" that offer you a work at home position for "gift wapper" or "package handler" or whatever.
Obviously they use stolen credit cards and information to buy expensive productsand use you as a middle man so they can smuggle it out of the country or whatever. But what I want to know is how I can scam them? The only way I can contact them is via email and they respond with their broken english and shit.
right now the """training period"""... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1576582 just either don't send the packages or send empty boxes and, if they ask, say customs confiscated it. probably better to not mail anything since you're knowingly participating in mail fraud.
if you're mailing this shit to some nigger country you probably don't have anything to worry about, but if you gave your real details to some Russians or Chinese, you're fucked if they feel you've crossed them
>>1576552 It unironically feels like this board became significantly stupider.
I could've sworn, working hard, saving and investing long-term was the basic consensus a year or more ago. But now it feels like every poorfag is looking for some get rich quick scheme that doesn't involve anything.
>Robinfuck >Marijuana pennystocks >cryptocurrencies >some crime where you just make money... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm about to turn 21 and was looking at the requirements to drive and it says 3 years of 'experience', not 3 years of having a license. I plan on getting my licence sometime after I turn 21 and I was wondering if they actually require you to have your licence or if you can just bullshit and say you've been driving with your parents for a long time. All i can get around me is a part time job and I'd prefer a job I can actually put time in whenever I want instead of getting like $600-$800 because of my shitty hours
>>1576491 You need your license and driving that much can be hard so the experience is actually helpful. Uber also pays far less than you think and the hours that pay well are odd. Your pay will fluctuate like crazy and if anything happens to your car, you are incapable of making money while it's in for repairs. If you don't already have a car, the loans they offer are outright predatory since banks won't touch it. I drove for them and Lyft over the summer and only made a decent profit from getting rides at the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1577178 >>1577329 Thank you both for the responses, on average how many hours a week do you work? I've talked to some drivers in my are(there are very few) and they mostly seem to happy because there are almost no drivers in our medium sized city and quite a few faires because there are several colleges scattered around. And even at around $10 an hour after repairs i would still probably make more than my current job overall
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