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Mr. Gozie Umeh

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Ent 211 Assignment

Ent 211 Assignment

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Difference between personality concept and behavioral concept

 
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Five qualities of a successful entrepreneur

 
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Ent 211 Assignment

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The qualities of a successful entrepreneur

 
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Ent 211 Assignment

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Five qualities of a successful entrepreneur

 
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Assignment in Ent 211

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Distinction between the behavioural concept and personality concept.

 
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Knowing the difference between personality concept and behavioral concept.

 
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The difference between personality concept and behavioral concept.

 
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Discussion on Five Qualities of a Successful Entrepreneur

Discussion on Five Qualities of a Successful Entrepreneur

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As a successful entrepreneur, it will be important consider discipline, confidence, open mindedness, self starter & competition in order to achieve your goal.

 
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Discussion on Five Qualities of a Successful Entrepreneur

Discussion on Five Qualities of a Successful Entrepreneur

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As a successful entrepreneur, it is important to put self motivation, creativity, intuitiveness authoritativeness & strong willed into consideration in order to achieve your set goal.

 
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Assingment Onacc 101 (Introduction to Basic Accounting)

Assingment Onacc 101 (Introduction to Basic Accounting)

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sales journal has only one column to record the transaction amount. The reason is that the sales journal is used only for recording credit sales of inventory or services; consequently, every entry represents a debit to accounts receivable and a credit, for the same amount, to sales revenue. This also means that there is no need to write an explanation of each entry, as would be the case if credit sales were recorded in the general journal. Instead, all the information about the transaction is recorded in one line: the date, invoice number, name and account number of the customer, and the amount of the sale. When we consider the number of sales transactions likely to occur every day, the time saved by recording these transactions in a sales journal, rather than in the general journal, is considerable.

 
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ACC101: Basic Accounting 1

Created 2 years ago by Gozie Umeh