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what are good businesses ?

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Winston’s Answer

Dennis, my answer to your question is:
1) Solve a problem (People can see the add-value)
2) Sustainable (it will continue solve some problem or help someone...)
3) You like it yourself; you have passion on that (there are so many businesses, good or bad is subjective...)
4) Ethical (do something good, there's also a need for bad reason/intention)


Hope this helps and happy to discuss. I bet there are many good answers there.
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Lauren’s Answer

Hey Dennis! 😊

I'm totally on board with what Winston and Robert have shared. One great way to make a decision about companies is to chat with people you trust and hear their thoughts on where they work. Knowing your own values and priorities is key, and it's fantastic when you find a company that aligns with those and truly values them.

Don't forget the power of personal connections, too! Friends and family can offer some awesome insights into different industries and workplaces. After doing your research on a company and checking out reviews, it's always a smart idea to reach out to someone who works there, maybe through LinkedIn, and ask about their experience.

Wishing you all the best in your search! 😄
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Robert’s Answer

You can succeed in many businesses. Here’s a different way to look at it:
Simply put, make a list of activities you enjoy. Then ask relatives, teachers and friends what they think you’re really good at…what qualities you have. Next, see which activities and known qualities match up together for you. Finally, do research in which businesses will likely grow in the future, especially the ones that you enjoy and are good at. Those will be the businesses for you.
For example, I loved electronics as a kid. My friends said I had a real knack for building and fixing things. Now I could have gone into the TV repair business or designing medical instrumentation. Since medical instrumentation was and is a huge business, that’s what I picked.
So rather than just seek a good business, ask yourself “in which businesses do I fit best”. Best of luck, Dennis!
Thank you comment icon thanks this well be useful for me in college Dennis
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