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For detailed notes and links to resources mentioned in this video, visit http://www.patrickbetdavid.com/build-a-billion-dollar-company/ Visit the official Valuetainment Store for gear: https://www.valuetainmentstore.com/ A lot of entrepreneurs message me and say, "Pat, one day I'm going to build a billion dollar company." I send a message back that says, "How?" And they respond, "That's why I need your help, so I can build a billion dollar company." You see, saying that statement is exciting. It's very similar to how we get excited and inspired when we watch a video, movie or documentary and say, "I'm going to be the next _________________." Then comes the how-to logic later. So in this video I'm going to give you 12 steps to keep in mind as you work towards your goal to build a billion dollar company. #1 - Have a Clear Vision - 4:12 #2: Be Aggressively Patient - 6:44 #3: Adapt and Adjust - 8:47 #4: Stick to Your Philosophy - 9:48 #5: Leadership - 12:06 #6: Marketing and Positioning - 14:34 #7: Discipline - 15:42 #8: Opportunistic - 17:37 #9: Luck - 18:56 #10: Long-Term Thinking - 21:32 #11: Lots of Battle Scars - 22:18 #12: Not About the Money - 23:23 Subscribe to the channel: http://www.youtube.com/valuetainment?... Valuetainment- The best channel for new, startup and established entrepreneurs. Schedule: New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday on a broad array of entrepreneurial topics.
Having children can be amazing, but also expensive... For tips on how to save a bit of money on children related expenses, please watch: "Costs of children and budget tips - South Africa 2019" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0jOHQ9M7h0 --~-- Any and all entrepreneurs should at least know the basics of VAT. This video is an introduction to VAT. Any person (natural person or juristic person) that make taxable supplies of more then R50 000 in a consecutive 12 month period can voluntarily register as a VAT Vendor. Any person who makes taxable supplies exceeding R 1 million in a consecutive 12 month period, MUST register for VAT. List of Zero rated (as per section 11 of the VAT Act) (list is not necessarily all inclusive) (conditions apply): 1. brown bread 2. dried mealies and mealie rice 3. brown bread flour (excluding wheaten bran) 4. samp 5. hens eggs56 (that is, not from ostriches, ducks etc) 6. vegetables57 and fresh fruit 7. dried beans 8. lentils 9.• maize meal 10. rice 11. pilchards in tins or cans 12. vegetable cooking oil (excluding olive oil)58 13. milk, cultured milk, milk powder and dairy powder blend 14. edible legumes and pulses of leguminous plants (that is, peas, beans, peanuts etc) 15. Fuel levy goods 16. Going concern (if a going concern is sold) 17. Services relating to intellectual property rights 18. Payments made by public authorities and municipalities to welfare organisations 19. Foreign donor funded project 20. Vocational training of employees 21. Goods temporarily imported for repairs 22. International transport 23. Any service supplied directly in connection with land situated outside the RSA 24. Services physically performed outside the Republic 25. Certain services supplied to non-residents 26. Municipal property rates 27. Farming goods Recently added items (as per Mini budget 2018): 28. White bread flour 29. Cake flour 30. Sanitary pads List of exempt supplies (as per section 12 of the VAT Act) (again, not all inclusive) (conditions apply): 1. Financial Services 2. donated goods or services sold by non-profit bodies 3. residential accommodation in a dwelling 4. passenger transport in South Africa by taxi, bus or train 5. educational services provided by recognised educational institutions 6. childcare services 7. services provided to members of body corporates, etc 8. Fixed property situated outside the Republic I am Jacques P. Taljaard (BAP(SA)) (GTP(SA)), an accountant and tax practitioner in South Africa. There's very little information available to the general public of South Africa that assists new entrepreneurs in setting up a business. With this channel I aim to change that. #WhyZAisCool #AskAnAccountant #SouthAfrica #2018 Get in contact: www.pretera.co.za *Disclaimer* Nothing in this channel can be considered "advice" in any form, and neither Jacques P. Taljaard nor Pretera Accounting Services can be held liable for any claim resulting from the information in this video. Since circumstances often differ vastly, should you need advice we recommend getting in touch with a professional service provider.
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A small Business can be a success, a small business doesn't have to stay small. Africa like many places is full of small businesses and struggling entrepreneurs, from small shop owners to street vendors. Vusi challenges the African business community as a whole to help grow these entrepreneurs as most businesses need capital and other forms of support from the more well established businesses and for bankers to play their part. As a continent Africa can become an economic giant of the world. Known as a "Rock star of public speaking" Vusi is the only speaker globally to have been invited to the Dragon's Den as an investor. This is because he has built several businesses. Today, as Chairman of Watermark Afrika Fund he is spearheading a pan-African process of raising the largest Growth Fund of high growth, high potential entrepreneurs in Africa. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Bob Jennings CPA talks about the current state of Sales Tax in the USA
Having children can be amazing, but also expensive... For tips on how to save a bit of money on children related expenses, please watch: "Costs of children and budget tips - South Africa 2019"
There is a state of misinformation or ignorance about why every business need an accountant, or why not? There is a lot businesses that think an accountant will only cost them money and not bring in any benefit. Unfortunately that is not true, and the business suffers for that reason. Accountants often provide insight into how to reduce your taxes legally, how to strategise to increase your profits, and more.
I am Jacques P. Taljaard (BAP(SA)) (GTP(SA)), an accountant and tax practitioner in South Africa.
There's very little information available to the general public of South Africa that assists new entrepreneurs in setting up a business. With this channel I aim to change that.
#WhyZAisCool #AskAnAccountant #SouthAfrica #2018 #WhyAnAccountant
Get in contact: www.pretera.co.za
*Disclaimer* Nothing in this channel can be considered "advice" in any form, and neither Jacques P. Taljaard nor Pretera Accounting Services can be held liable for any claim resulting from the information in this video. Since circumstances often differ vastly, should you need advice we recommend getting in touch with a professional service provider.