Luigi Wewege on Entrepreneurship and Preparing for the Unexpected

Luigi Wewege EntrepreneurshipMost of those in charge of leading a startup have a clear understanding that any entrepreneurial endeavor requires a great deal of hard work to overcome the many obstacles that exist on the way to achieving even a modest level of business success. Even so, many entrepreneurs find themselves somewhat unprepared for events or circumstances occurring beyond their control, which is why Luigi Wewege and other finance experts have espoused the importance of properly preparing for a wide range of occurrences in order to ensure a long and prosperous entrepreneurial career.

There are a number of questions every entrepreneur must ask in order to ensure they are adequately prepared to deal with even the most unlikely of events, particularly during a startup’s formative years in which it is still trying to establish a foothold in the market. Business leaders have to consider how they will react if the supplier of a critical component chooses to suddenly raise its rates or if business partners fail to live up to their contractually agreed upon obligations.

Without contingency plans in place, any entrepreneurial endeavor will be left to do nothing more than hope that these unpredictable circumstances do not come to fruition. It should be plainly evident that merely hoping to avoid an event or circumstance is a recipe for disaster, so entrepreneurs who are serious about the future of their company should make the extra effort required to create detailed contingency plans for dealing with the unlikely events that could lead to devastating consequences if overlooked.


Michael Mally Reviews Aquarium Depot’s New Line of Live Corals

Michael J. Mally
Michael Mally reviews Aquarium Depot

When I walk through the door to my office which bears the words “Michael Mally, Musician,” one of the first things I see is the saltwater reef tank I set up so many years ago when I first began using the space for working on my music-related endeavors. I’ve since added several new tanks to the office, including one which was set up only recently and therefore was in need of a variety of new corals. After performing some research on the retailers that might be able to provide some of the rare and colorful additions I was seeking to add to this particular tank, I chose to place an order through Aquarium Depot.

Through the publication of this review, it is my hope that my experience will be able to help other tank enthusiasts make a decision regarding the use of Aquarium Depot’s products or services and which corals might make ideal additions to their own tanks. I added a wide variety of corals to a 100-gallon tank that was essentially empty except for a few very basic corals, and I didn’t introduce any fish until I allowed the corals, crabs, shrimp and snails to have some time to adjust to their new confines.

My order from Aquarium Depot primarily featured selections from its new line of corals, which included a Merulina Ampliata Coral, a Yellow Coral Gorgonian, a Green Speckled Mushroom Soft Coral and a “Bad Mamma Jamma” Zoanthids Coral, all of which arrived with exceptional speed and in good health. These beautiful corals immediately became the foundation for my new tank, and I have since ordered several dwarf seahorses to go with the crabs, shrimp and snails I also received from Aquarium Depot’s online retail website. Everything I have received has been exactly as advertised and has arrived without issue due to the careful shipping practices the company has clearly prioritized.

Nancy Behrman Understands The Importance of Communication

Each business expert and business person trusts they are great communicators, yet what is it exactly that makes a great communicator? Is it talent? is it inherited? Truth be told, communication is a skill and can be learned by anyone and mastered by those who make the effort to practice it.

Communication in business is crucial because it is the way we meet and greet others. We make deals, set up appointments and bounce ideas off each other through communication and if one is good at it, they use this form of passing information that is communication to speak in meetings, host conferences and lead a team of people. As Nancy Behrman would know, being in the communication business as Behrman Communications is a tough task that takes a lot of effort and energy.

Think of a lawyer. There are many aspects to a lawyer’s profession, but to cut it down a bit there are two major things a laywer must master. That is knowing the law, obviously, and communication skills. Skills in communication are highly necessary when working in a business that deals with other people. If you master people, you master your business, but of course that is easier said than done.