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Slide 2: By. VFPD & NSH
Slide 3: Ladies and gentlemen
This is the structure of the presentation. First, we will start from the most basic things, namely the economic problems and how to overcome them. Second, we'll talk about starting a business takes things as follows:
• First thing to do is to overcome fear to be an entrepreneur
• Think of the initial capital
• Different brave.
Third, we will discuss the conclusion of this presentation
Finally, we will close this presentation with question and answer session.
Slide 4: before we begin, Watch the following video!
Slide 5: you want to have it? Ferrari? But, we did not have any money! Sad isn’t?, Okay, do not start with a luxury car. Let us start from our little dreams, you want to have their own money? Build your own effort to make big dreams you achieved? All the things that we want, need money to get it. This is our economic problems, when we want something but we do not have money, because we have not worked.
Slide 6: To solve your economic problems, you have to work. But many people are confused how to start working as a businessman. All should start from ourselves. Make your business stronger mentally by:
• Change the way YOU THINK
• learning by doing
Slide 7: Change your mindset by:
• Open your mind to new things, new information and learn from others' experiences
• Think like a successful person
• And, do not limit your mind with your shortcomings. DO NOT LET SMALL VALUE YOURSELF.
Slide 8: Dare to dream big. Because everything starts from a dream. Remember that your childhood, you are very brave! Do not limit your dreams, be yourself, because you are so special with your dreams!
Slide 9: Learning by doing!
Humans grow from a baby then became a man, all things changed following the development of...

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