What is YOUR business?

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What is YOUR business? Do you tutor your friends in math when you have the time? Are you really good at making earrings? Do you enjoy fixing bikes? The Manning School of Business wants to know what it is that constitutes your business.

Your business does not need to be one of which you make any profit, but one from which you share knowledge that you have with others around you. That is the beginning of all businesses. All you need to start is a skill that you have honed and that you are capable of and willing to sharing with others. The next step is technically receiving something in return for your services. Regularly, this is compensation such as money. In your business that you share with us, though, you do not need to receive money for your work; gratitude is good enough!

The classes provided by the Manning School of Business are meant to prepare its students to participate in the business world. Every student is in a different part of the process of earning their degree in business and it is important that we share our current work with one another while we do so. Sharing your current adventures and work is the first step of recognizing your current abilities. In doing so, you can share with others your present ways of making a business. Sharing helps everyone learn how to use their own abilities as well as the skills they are learning in classes to create their future business or to be a part of one in the future.

To share with fellow Manning School of Business students, staff, alumni and friends, take pictures of you doing what it is that YOU enjoy doing with your spare time and that you would consider to be YOUR business! Like the Manning School of Business Facebook page and inbox the page your pictures and a description of your business. There, your picture will appear and be shared with Manning School of Business students, faculty, alumni and friends.

Sharing your work can help Manning School of Business staff and members adjust its classes and assistance to help you in your business creation and work. It can also help you advertise your business to other students and provide a place for you to find fellow classmates who share your interests. Sharing with us can only help you and your business!

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This page contains a single entry by Chodat, Thalia J published on January 9, 2013 3:13 PM.

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