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Most businesses today don’t make it convenient for the shopper to pay, whether through credit card, moneybookers, Paypal, or other types of payments. You still see signs of “cash only” in 2013, where digital money is becoming the dominant player; as a business man or woman you need to position yourself to capture this lost cash flow. With credit cards and now mobile secure payments, consumers now not only expect every option, they simply demand it. Even if it’s one out of 100 customers, that 1% can mean the difference between expanding, and playing it safe (which according to Seth Godin of Squidoo is a death sentence – you have to dare to be brave and expand, but that requires cash flow).
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When women are in their pregnancy period, they will experience difficulty in getting to work. However, it is not impossible for women to keep working during their pregnancy. Here are some possibilities of part time jobs for pregnant women to consider.
I don’t like the term “entrepreneur.” It’s not because it comes from French, though the word does have an interesting etymology. The first time the word was used in English, borrowed from Old French, it meant a “manager or promoter of a theatrical production” (source).
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