Yes you're right, the answer depends on the idea. However, we can make certain assumptions. Let's say, we need to build a product or a service.
I think the steps then are:
1. Create/Develop the product or Service
2. Sell it.
These are two seemingly simple steps, but to accomplish them require you to think, do and have what you need to make an idea happen. read more
The world needs more people like you: people who are seeing the folly and falsities of religions.
However at your age and in your circumstance as you've described, it may be better to not declare that you're an Atheist mainly because it sounds to me like there is a risk of it disadvantaging you severely and worse, have you persecuted for it.read more
When Shareholders invest their money, they invest in your company, not you. They would want that investment to succeed, with or without you. If they think you're no longer the right man for the job, that's fair enough, right? All you can do is to continue proving that you are the right man for the job. read more
From your own assessment, it seems to me you're done planning and you're ready to take action. This means that you're now really just procrastinating from executing your plans.read more
If science proves that believing that we have big diamond buried in our backyards makes us happier, should I force myself to believe that there is indeed a diamond in my backyard? No!
Believing in things you know to be false just because it makes you feel good or happy is delusional and is a form of mental disorder.read more
Truths should be things that remain true regardless of someone's beliefs,whether they are Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, Atheist and so on. Otherwise they are not really true. Are there truths like these? Yes there are. Scientific truths because their truthfulness can be verified and proven by anyone regardless of their religious beliefs.read more
The same thing that happens when other animals die. Our remains would be no more special than the remains of anything alive today. We would decompose and be reabsorbed by the earth. Parts of us eaten by living bacteria, insects or animals so are then eaten by other living things.read more
I haven't read the Koran in its entirety, but I researched it when I was writing the Tyranny of God. I read about how it is structured and the main verses and its claims.
However with regards to this question, it seems to suggest that Atheists should read the Koran first before debating Muslims.
I have 2 responses to this :
1. Why should they when many, if not most, Muslims have not read the Koran themselves. read more
Have you ever heard of Bill Gates and Warren Buffett? They have given most of their wealth away to charity.
So long as consumers are educated and they have access to the information they need to reward the businesses that serves their purpose and buy from them, I'm confident business and businesses are a tool for good. read more
At the start of a Business, when there's only one person doing everything, I suppose there is not much to distinguish between the two. read more
A good Business Plan ought to show people, potential investors, officers and partners, that there is a market for the specific business the plan is about.
A good business plan ought to summarise and highlight the conclusion of whatever research was conducted to convince everyone considering to get involved that it is worth their time. Further, it ought to outline how indeed it will ensure that there is a market for it's products and services. read more
In my opinion, I would have to say the Forex spot market due to minimum barrier to entry, minimum transaction costs (especially if you're dealing with brokers who allow minimal trade size and thus), no one holds an 'insider' advantage (at least for the long term) and everybody is relatively evenly matched terms of access to information, and anybody can avail themselves to any type of strategy big or small. Overall, it is an efficient market.read more
Important sections for a business plan? I would say...1. Research and Marketing Strategy
You present your case about the opportunity available and why you, your team and your business are going to be best positioned to take advantage of this opportunity. Do a SWOT (Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities, Threats) Analysis. 2. Operations, Business Model, Law and Regulationread more
I suppose it depends on the business. However, I don't necessarily think so. If you happen to have a family who feels the same way you do about the same business them that's great, you should do business with them. The reality for most families though is that they are not really passionate about the same things. read more
Equity: Ownership of the company. If you don't have money and you want someone to take a risk with you at the start of your new venture, the only thing that makes sense to me is equity. You give them a percentage of the company. If you want and expect that person to work as hard as you do, then give him/her equal percentage: 50% if there's two of you, 33% of there's 3 of you, 25%if there's four, etc.read more
Definitely. Yes there's plenty of people going over to the middle east every year to look for the ark. It's big business over there catering for tourists who literally believe the Noah's story really happened.read more
There are variations to this question. For example: How much does it cost to build a Social Networking site, a Dating Site, a car sales site, a mobile phone exchange site? People used to ask about websites to sell their products and their services locally but now, they want to know how to build a Social Networking site, be the next eBay, Facebook, Twitter, Google, Real Estate site, etc.read more
It is your misunderstanding of what Science is that is keeping you stuck. Atheists like myself understand that Science is fallible. Scientists themselves understand that Science is fallible. That is why they keep experimenting and experimenting. They're always arguing and disputing previous theories to keep testing that previous studies came up with correct conclusions. So when you see that, that is a sign that there is healthy science going on.read more
There is a very important issue ‘invading' our schools at the moment: The National School Chaplaincy Program. It is important because it borders the separation between Church and State. Every parent who has a child in school will certainly have heard, or will hear, of it. In this article, I am going to briefly introduce the nature of this program and mention some numbers to illustrate the type of investment that we, as tax payers, have provided to the program. Thereafter, we will discuss whether this Program should continue or not.read more
On Australia Day, 26th of January 2010, I joined a gathering among other Victorians to protest against the tactics used by religious organisations, specifically Catch The Fire Ministries in using scare tactics, instead of rational debate to discuss the issues that plague us today. Watch the video >>read more