Why I would like to start a business and services offered to customers

Why I would like to start a business and services offered to customers

By Rita Holmes Starting a business could mean several different things to several different people. I have always felt that starting a business would mean the enjoyment of being the master of my own thoughts where working for someone else could mean having my thoughts controlled. Starting a business will place me in the front where each and every important decision is made by me. This will give me the independence to make choices and just know what I want up front and how it all will work into what I call my needs as well as my wants. A business of my own will give me the time needed to spend with family and friends, take a trip once in a while or just be available for people that want me around. Starting a business not only describe the wants and needs of the business owner, it also describe the responsibility it takes to deal with other aspects of a business. For example, the needs of the customers. This, I consider my greatest responsibility; after my needs. Before taking a look at my responsibility to my customers, I will first take a look at what I feel is most important to me and why I want to start a business. There has been a longing to own my own business and it could mean possessing Independence away from the watchful eye of an employer. I use the word “could” because even though an individual owns a business, there are many important aspects of the business that must be taken care of or it will fail. This type of...

Why repair of electronic devices is better than recycling

Recycling is something that all may have to eventually do someday. The device may just become too worn for repair anymore and will not be worth keeping. Even though many individuals find benefits in recycling electronic devices, there are just as many benefits to be found in repairing these devices. Ok! So you have a few patches to deal with, some new parts to buy or even a few dents or scrapes that don’t look so pretty. Repairing electronic devices helps to keep these devices in use longer, save money for something else important; a new headphone or special music to download. Repairs make these devices available for people who might live on a budget and can’t pay very much for an expensive device and it keep the unwanted scraps out of the landfills. While many electronic devices are given to recycle for valuable scraps, much of the leftovers are tossed into landfills or burned. According to e-waste facts, in 2012, over 20 Billion pounds of e-Waste was generated in the U.S. with the majority being sent to landfills. (https://www.causesinternational.com/ewaste/e-waste-facts). e-waste Facts also states, ABI Research reports that by 2017, the volume of discarded e-products worldwide is expected to be 33 per cent higher than in 2012 and weight the equivalent of eight of the Great Pyramids of Egypt. That’s a lot of waste prevention that can be done just by repairing these devices for further use. It will prevent these “Pyramids” from growing. While preventing this pile-up from happening, it saves the environment from destruction and also cut done on the use of resources used to recycle something...