Starting your own business vs Employment
Hassan Gujjar 08-0244
Start your own business
Running your own business is a rewarding but engaging career and life choice. It demands your time and focus. Start by expecting to live your work until it is established so it can get off the ground. There are many different opinions about how to start a business from researching and writing a detailed business plan -- to organize it all -- to just jumping into a passion and trying to make money out of it. Basic Steps
•Think of everyday problems and then think of how to help them. •Start with your idea.
•Put together a business plan.
•Determine if you need financing.
•Put together your initial marketing plan.
•Build your infrastructure early.
* Move forward and get started.
Employment is an agreement between an employer and an employee that the employee will provide certain services on the job, and in the employer's designated workplace, to facilitate the accomplishment of the employer organization’s goals and mission, in return for compensation. The agreement can be verbal, implied, or an official employment contract. In employment, the employer determines the where, when, how, why, and what of the work that is performed by the employee. The degree of input, autonomy and self-directedness that an employee experiences on the job is a by-product of an employer’s philosophy of management and employment. Employment ends at the prerogative of the employer or the employee. Start your own business vs Employment:
There is no silver bullet for this question. Business and employment are much related to each other, otherwise business owners would never find employees and employees would never get a job. It’s a matter of your personal taste. It’s like a choice whether you want to work in small or large company. Your Personal Time
Employment – normally, you work from 8 am to 5 pm with one hour lunch break. The rest is your own personal time that you can spend however you want. Own business – you will have no personal time at all. You will be busy handling your business
Employment – yes, you have kind of dependency on your employer. But, it’s not very clear who depends on whom. Own business –In addition to the politics inside your organization, you have to learn the politics your customers play with. Enemies can kill your business, but sometimes you have no other way rather than getting more enemies.
Employment – I used to switch off my mobile phone before I went to bed. Own business – the phone is always on as customers or colleagues can call any time complaining about the eventual issues. Such night calls happened only once or twice for the last year, but still phone is on as you never know what happens next.
Employment – probably the most risky thing is to get laid off. You also get depression together with eventual financial troubles as it’s not funny at all to get laid off. Own business – in case your business fails, you might pay your debts back for many years. And you get depression too.
Employment – you get a paycheque regularly. The amount in your paycheque defines your lifestyle. Own business – since the majority of income comes back to business, we spend only reasonable amount of money for living, buying things we really need. It’s kind of downgrade for me comparing to my lifestyle when I was employed. Sure, in case of successful business you will probably never remember the financial difficulties, but nobody can guarantee the success.
Career and Power
Employment – there is for sure the fighting for better position, better salary and more power. Own business – probably, no career issues if you are the only one in your company. If not, then you might face difficulties if you haven’t carefully discussed and signed your partnership agreement.
Almost everyone of us, at least once, woolgather a life of being rich and famous. But analogous many other things, as we are witnessing on nigh daily basis, that class of life brings both lordly and detrimental sides.
Having gold and being famous certainly contributes to plenty who film that in many different situations, making their lives easier. Often it looks want a fairy tale we raft single realise in movies. Big houses, grand residences in the most fair resorts in the world, expensive cars and unimaginable luxury for, how we like to war cry ourselves, normal people. Next thing that we cant endow aside is the possibility of helping other people in need and people who dont share that kind of happiness. And these are just some of the examples why we dreamed of having it entirely.
On the other side, we can count a huge list of negative sides of being rich and famous. Like mentioned above, we are witnessing almost every day how famous people cant handle tons of paparazzi and press who just wint leave them alone. They cant hide almost a single thing in their private life. And a great deal these people get insane, both for alcohol and drugs, divorced or something even worse.
Such people find it difficult to throw true friends and maintain relationships long-distance. People around them look only to benefit from their fame and fortune, or socialize with them just because they are every bit rich. Family is often not there,...
...Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation Vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 280–288 Copyright c 2007 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
The Oral Care Imperative
The Link Between Oral Hygiene and Aspiration Pneumonia
Minn N. Yoon, BSc; Catriona M. Steele, PhD
Oral health has increasingly become a priority issue for healthcare agencies in North America and worldwide. This review article attempts to (1) inform various healthcare providers of the risk factors that can arise from poor oral hygiene, specifically aspiration pneumonia; (2) report the mechanisms of bacterial colonization that are responsible for the development of aspiration pneumonia and the factors that can influence these mechanisms; and (3) propose an interdisciplinary approach to enhance oral care delivery that is imperative to limiting the risks of developing systemic diseases such as aspiration pneumonia. Key words: aged, aspiration, dysphagia, health promotion, long-term care, oral hygiene, pneumonia, risk factors
HE links between oral health, general health, and systemic disease in institutionalized elderly populations have been established in the literature.1,2 As a result, major health organizations, both within North America and worldwide, have increasingly mandated oral health as a priority.3–5 As a result of dramatic improvements in general dental health in the western world during the latter half of the 20th century, people are increasingly reaching old age with intact dentition.6...
...Pros and Cons of Economic Growth
Fostering economic growth remains at the heart of any national government’s agenda. As such, governments have embraced numerous strategies aimed at promoting economic growth, such as forging alliances, signing business treaties, and becoming members to business alliances. Economic growth refers to an increase in a country’s real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) or the value of the country’s national expenditure or output. While increasing economic growth has several advantages to the nation and inhabitants of the nation, it has its fair share of disadvantages. Conversely, economics is a social science that studies the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services. The focus of this essay is on the pros, as well as the cons of economic growth.
Pros of Economic Growth
There are numerous benefits of economic growth. Firstly, economic growth results in improved public services. A growing economy provides its government with more tax revenue, which, in turn, is used for the provision of welfare services. Economic growth is seen in terms of flourishing businesses and individuals, which provides channels for taxation. The revenue accrued from tax is used by the governments to provide social services, such as health and education. For instance, countries that have high levels of economic growth, such as the United States, offer social services like health and food...
...women are better listeners than men. |
Pro (yes, for, good) | Con (no, against, bad) |
1. Women are nurturing by nature. | 1. Tend to get too emotional. |
2. Like to listen and be supportive. | 2. Don’t see a problem in sharing your personal issues with others. |
3. Care to know all details and facts, no matter how long it takes. | 3. Will tend to feel they know it all. |
4. Will give advice based on personal experiences. | 4. Can often talk endlessly while trying to give you advice. |
5. Women try to relate and show compassion. | 5. Try to read between the lines too often, making an issue bigger than it needs to be. |
b. Capital punishment is no deterrent to crime. |
Pro | Con |
1. Eliminates the possibility of committing more crimes | 1. Innocent people could die. |
2. Gives survivors closure and a small level of peace knowing nobody else will endure such pain. | 2. Two wrongs don’t make a right. Killing a killer won’t bring back a loved one. |
3. Does not support and protect a person who had no regards for a human being’s life. | 3. Execution is expensive. |
4. Sets a precedent of what society cannot tolerate. | 4. People with limited resources might not be able to afford proper defense. |
5. Eliminates the risk of being paroled ever. | 5. Life without parole keeps the person off the streets forever. |
c. “Hard” sciences such as math are more difficult than “soft”...
...PROS AND CONS
English Comp 1
Firearms, are they good, or are they a safety hazard to everyone in this world? Are they
so dangerous that no one should be allowed to own them or are they so necessary that we
can’t live without them? Are we to strict on the laws involving firearms? This argument has
been going on for many years.
Controversial, of course. Beneficial lifesaver, definitely. Easy to control, no way. Guns
are useful. Every day, they are responsible for killing, decapitating the enemies across the
ocean that traumatized countless lives many years ago. This is what the people want to do.
Guns are helping us achieve justice. That may be true, but would that person still have killed if
not for the gun in their hand? Guns are used for hunting, target practice, protection, justice,
murders, and destruction. Guns are safe in the hands of the right person. They are also deadly
in the hands of a wrong one. Countless lives are carelessly lost every day. Where should the
line be drawn? I am not anti-gun. I am pro-Control. I believe that guns serve many useful
purposes. That in more cases they save lives, not take them. There are responsible, law abiding
citizen who should be free to own a gun no matter what the reason; that they will not use it to
harm another human being. I know that it can be a number of safeties; that if everyone could...
Birth Control in American Society
The Pros and Cons
“On May 9, 1960, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the marketing of the first birth control pill in the United States.” The battle over birth control waged on long before F.D.A’s approval. Since its creation, arguments both pro and anti birth control have been immense. From religious beliefs to freedom of choice, both sides still have yet to find a middle ground on this matter. Whether negative or positive, birth control has had a tremendous impact on American society with no compromise in sight.
The pro birth control side believes we must know in the war of birth control what exactly we are fighting for, teens are going to have to sex before marriage regardless, and parents have to do what they can to minimize the effects of it. According to one thinker, “The first step in determining the dispense of birth control is acknowledging the frequency of non-marital sex, and willingness to consider its consequences.” Backed by Susan Jacoby studies, indicating that the percent of the population having sex by the age of 21 rose from 40% to 70% were for the entire population. Today, 77% of men and women will have had sex, including 75% who will have had premarital sex, by the age of 20. Consequently, 95% of the entire population will have had sex outside of marriage by the age of 44, and they will overwhelmingly have done so with someone other...
...from as little as £2 a day, or rolling one-month packages, meaning they only ever pay for what they actually need.
If you need to call 911, public safety authorities won't automatically know where you are, you'll have to tell them. Also, calls with alternative phones will not necessarily be routed to the closest agency. Also, you won't receive "Reverse 911" calls alerting you to a public emergency in your neighborhood unless your local emergency center allows you to sign up your number and associate it with a local address.
Some businesses will not allow you to use their services without a traceable land line. This includes credit card companies, pizza shops and a few others, although this rule is slowly being relaxed. Satellite TV services want a landline-like plug for their equipment to call them each night. It does work with some broadband phone systems. Your satellite service can still work without it, but you will most likely pay an extra charge.
Wired telephone services have come as close to 100% reliable as is practical. Their network has substantial power backup, redundant circuits and years to get it right. Alternatives are improving but their networks can vary significantly. Cell sites and other communications nodes have a limited amount of backup power. In an extended power outage, such as after a hurricane or snowstorm, the service may not work, leaving you with no service. Corded phones work...
...Pros and cons of English being the international lingua franca
English speakers in the world including those who are in the inner circle, outer circle and expanding circle had reached to 380 millions of people since 2001. The finding shows how influential English Language is. Gradually, English become the international lingua franca, “utilized outside of the country or countries of its origin.”( Subject Area - English Language Essays) The Lingua Franca There are both pros and cons of English becoming the international lingua franca.
English is the best candidate language for lingua franca. Many countries take English as the second language, students learn English under the education system mandatorily. In this way, the percentage of the population had the standard level of understanding of English, which is a non-native language, is unprecedentedly large. Also, there are so many English Language media immersing in the world, for example movies, pop music, the American TV programmes and the internet etc. The high level of invasion of the Anglophone societies’ culture creates a platform for learners to enhance their English abilities, just by sitting in front of the computer. Learning English is as easy as this without having to go to an English speaking country. Under the fact that English is widespread in comparison to the most other languages, there is no doubt that English is the most suitable...