Posts Tagged ‘Performance’

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The Music Royalty Breakdown

Every musician, independent or not, should understand music royalties. Sadly, most don't. So I'm going to break it down so that you can understand how they effect you, regardless of where you are in your music career. First, you need to understand the difference between the Songwriter, Publisher, and Recording Artist. The Songwriter The Songwriter is the person who actually writes the song - but that's a loaded statement. Really it is whoever wrote the portion of the music that can be copyrighted. Here in the USA that boils down to the melody and lyrics. You're not allowed to copyright rhythms (i.e. drum beats) or chords. So if you're a drummer in a band, and your sole contribution to a song is the drum beat, then you aren't technically the songwriter. That's why if you look at the songwriting credits for the Beatles' songs, you'll rarely see Ringo or Harrison's names pop up. But if you're a drummer, bassist, or rhythm guitarist, you shouldn't give up and quit. You can always make agreements (or preferably contracts) with your band mates that the band and its songs could not exist without ALL of you, and therefore everyone is credited as a songwriter. That's what U2 did! Read the rest of this entry »

Small Business Accounting Software Can Improve Business Performance

Every business functions through a range of disciplines, sales and marketing, operational skills, purchasing and management. Small business accounting software is an essential tool to bring financial control to the business. No matter how skilled and well trained the business every small business needs a full range of functions to reach the highest levels of success.

Liquidity is a first lesson in business to ensure that business has sufficient cash to trade the next day. Failing to meet this target and the business is finished which is why financial control which can be provided by accounting software should be regarded by the small business management as an essential piece of kit.

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MLM, Home Business, Network Marketing ? Why Your Performance Failed?

Hello I’m Karl Keller and I want to give you some nuggets today on MLM, Home Business, Network Marketing – Why Your Performance Failed? In my efforts for “taking leverage to main-street” it is very important to gain the right perspective, training, and knowledge as these components will determine your performance value in whatever you aim to achieve. Without perceived value within that performance you cannot expect to attract positive results.

First off perspective…Failing is a good thing…What? You heard me right failing is a good thing because this means you are taking action. Without action nothing happens. Failing also teaches you what did not work adding to your knowledge. With each failure you gain a step closer to achieving your goal through better performance. Don’t confuse failing with quitting. Quitting means you have decided to take no action, therefore nothing happens and you gain no further knowledge or increased quality in performance.

Second is training…this is where another breakdown occurs. Let me use the example of Tiger Woods. In the golfing world no one compares in the level of continuous training…am I right? Who wins more events and titles than Tiger, no one that’s who? If you desire success in MLM, Home Business, or Network Marketing what makes you any different? Without the proper training you won’t get the results simple as that. So ask yourself…did I get the training? Did I accept the training? Did I apply the training? Chances are the answer is NO!

The last piece is knowledge. Knowledge comes from accepting the training, learning the skills & methods, acquiring the perspective and then applying them all together through action. With these bases covered your performance level will increase exponentially. Performance is what really matters in giving value and that is based on your training and knowledge. No secret here…this is how everyone gets better at anything.

Now you can fully understand why your performance failed, be honest with yourself, whether you were starting a home business or picking up the game of golf it’s all the same. All success in life stems from getting this dialed in…if you’re ready to get this kind of training and apply it to MLM, Home Business, or Network Marketing visit my website http://bit.ly/6TJbcH for more information and I look forward to assisting your efforts. This is Karl Keller taking leverage to main-street…

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Performance Measurement, Difficulties in Measuring Small Business Performance

Trying to measure performance, in general, is a difficult task for scholars; the difficulties intensify when the subject is the measurement of small business performance. In this article, which is the third in the series, an overview of the major obstacles for measuring small business performance is presented.

Time is a substantial factor that needs to be taken into consideration when trying to measure performance in small business, because measuring the profitability of small businesses in their first years of operation can be misleading. Mcdougall, Robinson and denisi (1992) state, that small businesses are usually not expected to generate any profit in their early years of operation. Biggadike (1979) define a milestone of eight years in operation, in average, before new venture is expecting to generate profits.

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