Business 101 (Entrepreneurship and Wealth Building) Revenues, Profits, and Losses

Revenue is the total amount of money a business takes in during a given period by selling goods and services. Profit is the amount of money a business earns above and beyond what it spends on salaries and other expenses needed to run a successful operation. A loss occurs when a business’s expenses are more than its revenues.   If a business loses money over time it will have to close, putting its employees out of work. The business environment is constantly changing learn how to become a master of adaptability.

Business 101 (Entrepreneurship and Wealth Building)


  The success of a business is based on constantly adapting to the market. A business is any activity that seeks to provide goods or services to others while operating for profit. To earn that profit you provide desired goods, jobs, and services to people in the area. Once you have developed the right goods and services, based on consumers’ needs you need to reach those consumers through media advertising. You don’t need to have wealth as a primary goal. One result of successfully filling a market need is that you can make money for yourself. There are around 9 million millionaires in the United States, will you be one of them one day?

Business 101 (Micropreneurs)

Micropreneurs are interested in maintaining a balanced lifestyle while doing the kind of work they want to do. Many Micropreneurs are home-based business owners. While other entrepreneurs are focused on the quest for growth, Micropreneurs know they can be happy even if their companies never make it on the list of the top-ranked businesses. The mindset is to earn money doing something you enjoy doing, with more time to spend with friends and family. Micropreneurs include consultants, video producers, architects, and bookkeepers. Many with professional skills such as graphic design, writing,  and translating. Micropreneurs have found that one way of starting a freelance business is through websites. Computer technology has leveled the competitive playing field. Allowing home-based business to look and act as big as their competitors.

Business 101 (Entrepreneurial Teams)

An entrepreneurial team is a group of experienced people from different areas of business who join to form a managerial team with the skills to develop, make, and market a new product or provide a service. A team may be better than an individual entrepreneur because team members can combine creative skills with production and marketing skills right from the start. Having a team also can ensure more cooperation and coordination later among functions in the business.