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(Reuters) Singapore has retained its top spot in the World Bank's ranking of the best countries to do business in, while China and the UK both improved their positions. The UK rose to eighth place from 10th, swapping with Finland which dropped to ninth, but the rest of the top 10 remained the same, with the US staying put in at seventh. Top 10 territories to do businessSingaporeNew ZealandHong Kong SAR, ChinaDenmarkRepublic of KoreaNorwayUnited StatesUnited KingdomFinlandAustraliaSource: World Bank Doing Business China improved its ranking by three spots, after the World Bank rated the world's second-biggest economy as the 90th best place to do business. Overall, the Doing Business 2015 report showed that it is becoming easier to business across the world overall, including advanced economies and those considered to be emerging and frontier economies.
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View cities and dates » Entrepreneurship isn't for the faint at heart. Founders must forge their own path, gather resources and take on huge financial risks – all in the hopes of avoiding the fate that 80 to 90 percent of startups suffer: failure. So to be successful, entrepreneurs really have beaten the odds – especially young entrepreneurs. Starting with almost no wealth, network or business experience, many create more success in a few years than most people do in their entire lifetime.
To understand what they do differently, we interviewed several young entrepreneurs from this year's Empact Showcase, an annual program highlighting the power these founders and their companies play in the community. Rather than focus on generic insights or basic hacks, we looked at unique, concrete habits you can immediately adopt in your life and business that can have a game-changing impact. Things Successful People Don't Do At The End Of The Day. The last 10 minutes of your workday are equally as important as the first 10.
"Whatever you do right before leaving the office will have a significant impact on your mood when you get home, the start of your next morning, and thus the entire next workday," explains Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert and the author of "Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job. " She says we all have a choice to be strategic about the next day, or to just bask in the glory of our day's work being done, distracted by the late-day buzz around us.
"Successful people always do the former," says Taylor. "In fact, most of them have a routine in which they use those last 10 minutes to mitigate tasks that will linger and deter them from being completely focused for the next morning's events. " Michael Kerr, an international business speaker and author of "You Can't Be Serious! 1. 2. Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design/flickr. CEO And Billionaire Shares Business Lessons. Fred MouawadFred Mouawad, an eight-time CEO and heir to the world-renowned Mouawad diamond jewelry company.
Earning the title of CEO is a huge accomplishment. Doing it eight times over is almost unheard of. Almost. Fred Mouawad, the French-Lebanese serial entrepreneur and heir to the world-renowned Mouawad diamond jewelry company, has managed to do just that by the age of 45. Mouawad, who is worth an estimated $1.1 billion, according to research firm Wealth-X, first became a chief executive just after graduating from Harvard Business School in 1994 when he founded Synergia One Group.
He has since founded and become CEO of six more companies — including tech, consulting, food, retail, and media businesses — and also runs the 125-year-old family business, Mouawad Jewelry (the only company of which he's chief executive that he didn't also found). Here are five of the most important things Mouawad says he's learned throughout his career as an eight-time CEO: 1. 2.