How to Start a Bakery

How to start a bakery was created to assist others in their quest for information in the formulation of a bakery business.

During my own search for such information, I found little or no useful topics that would help me to start my own bakery.

Oh there is a lot of information on how to start a business, but very, very little on the Bakery Business.

So I created an ebook which I hope you will find interesting enough and as useful to you as it was to me.

In it I cover the different types of bakery businesses.

This is because some of those businesses require spare cash of a million or two to start. Others require you to have a net worth of 250 thousand to 500 thousand to become franchised.

Yet it is quite possible to get started by buying into a bankrupted bakery business.

There is of course several ways to start a business, even starting out from your home kitchen. So long as you can satisfy your local health departments and business authorities, like the fire department, and local business codes.

Once you have written a business plan, the hard work starts.

Though your business plan is hard work it is the fundermentall instrument in having a successful venture or a failed business and possible a bankruptcy too.

I also have a list of possible equipment that is generally used in a commercial corner store type bakery as well as a possible layout of that equipment so you do not need to have plans drawn.

How to Start Your Own Women’s Group

“Speaking a Second Language DOES NOT make you an Interpreter, anymore than having ten fingers makes you a pianist”

Are you bilingual and want to start a career as a professional interpreter?

Want to learn the ins/outs of this billion dollar industry?

Do you want to learn what it takes to start your career?

Do you want to start your own business?

Are you ready to start your career and take it to the next level?

In this 60-MINUTE LIVE TRAINING I will share my experience as a Freelance Interpreter and Chief Executive Officer and Interpreter Trainer.

I will share with you how I got started and what it takes to become a Good, Professional Interpreter.

I will share with you what it takes to promote your services and what interpreter recruiters look for in an interpreter. I will provide you with an actionable plan that will get you started as a Professional Interpreter.

I will reveal career secrets, through specific, real-life examples and strategies that will help your career.

The list includes:

What it takes to become an Interpreter

The Do’s and Don’ts of an Interpreter

How to market yourself

How to set your market rate

How to work with top agencies

What to look out for when accepting assignments

Note: The advice shared in this course is not found anywhere else. The other “guys” will provide you with certification training (which is great)!, However, without experience, not knowing what it takes to Start this Business, or what you need to become a Good Interpreter, then you are setting yourself for failure.


Attendees will have a chance to schedule a 1 hour private consultation with me (a $650/dollar value), to discuss strategies tailored to their specific needs in areas such as:

Career goals

Review of academic path choices

Contract opportunities

How to evolve in this industry

Marketing yourself and getting paid “Your worth” and so much more…


Is this teaching tailored to all bilingual interpreters?

Yes, the training is for anyone who is bilingual and wants to start their own business as a professional interpreter or translator. Interpreters who are also working in the legal, medical, or any related field, will also benefit from the advice shared through the course.

Is this a sales and marketing course?

Yes, it will provide you with information on how to sell and market your services.

What’s the refund policy?

No refund available.

Can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Yes. Please email Faviola at [email protected]

Interpreting Group

Business and Entrepreneur Group

Have You Got These Entrepreneur Characteristics to Start a Business?

It is not everyone who wants to be an entrepreneur. Many people are satisfied the way life goes on and are prepared to take things as they come. They do not display any entrepreneur characteristics either. On the other hand there are others who are always enthusiastic, throbbing with ideas and continuously on the look out for opportunities and ways and means of doing things different. In other words they display the typical entrepreneur characteristics that make them stand out from the rest.

Let us see what these characteristics are.

1. Self confidence plays a major role in whatever they do. They ooze with self confidence and inspire confidence among those who work with them. They are ready to take up any challenges and are confident that they will be successful. This is a characteristic absolutely necessary for an entrepreneur.

2. One of the major entrepreneur characteristics they display is the enthusiasm in whatever they do. They are very serious and passionate about whatever they undertake. An enthusiastic person can easily be identified from the rest for he glows and radiates enthusiasm. As Paul J. Meyer says “Enthusiasm glows, radiates, permeates and immediately captures everyone’s interest.”

3. The leadership characteristics they display are outstanding. They are always in the forefront and are prepared to assume responsibilities and lead from the front. They have the ability to identify problems and sort out issues. They have a vision and pursue that vision relentlessly while inspiring others to do the same.

4. An entrepreneur trait that stands out prominently is self discipline. Until and unless an entrepreneur is disciplined he can never be successful. They motivate themselves to do the things they need to do while many fall by the wayside.

5. They display a sense of urgency when jobs have to done. There is no question of their postponing or delaying any job entrusted to them. They never procrastinate and are quick in completing tasks allotted to them.

6. They will not hesitate to take calculated risks. They will dare do things others will never do. They know that unless you take risks you will not outsmart your competitor. This entrepreneur characteristic is typical of entrepreneurs who have made a success of their business.

7. In whatever environment they are in, thinking big is their nature. They are never short of new ideas and are constantly thinking of expansion and implementing new processes and technologies.

8. One of the important entrepreneur characteristics is the desire to learn and keep up to date with the latest developments in technology. They constantly update their knowledge and are very knowledgeable about their business.

9. They display excellent time management skills which is very essential for an entrepreneur. An important aspect of time management is planning ahead. They have a schedule of the tasks and activities that are important. They plan and execute their work so skillfully and in time that they are seldom or never stressed.

10. One of the most courageous entrepreneur characteristics that has brought success to many is never to quit under any circumstances, come what may. Failure is not an option for them. They will remain motivated till success is achieved.

People who display the above entrepreneur characteristics have the potential of becoming successful entrepreneurs. If you think you possess most of these characteristics why not go ahead and become an entrepreneur.