Don’t be so busy operating that you forget to own your business. In my opinion, measured by time spent within your business in the operating roles - one should not spend more than 30 hours within his business - rather should be spending most of that time on growth activities related to business development sales … Continue reading Stop being your business
There are many highs and lows of Entrepreneurship. Many of these lessons compiled together create experiences. These experiences are then interpreted by the entrepreneur to mean something. If the entrepreneur does not maintain non bias towards those experiences, she may learn a “lesson” that is not true. For example, let’s say sally wants to get … Continue reading This one thing will ruin your chances as an entrepreneur
Business ethics are simple. Do good, be good. Do what you say and execute as expected. Admit when you make mistakes but do not let customers walk over you. Know your rights and fire customers when necessary. Do whats right and go above and beyond if you can still turn a profit.
In 60 seconds or less, I’m going to tell you elements to consider to put yourself in a successful situation regarding business. Like always, if it doesn’t serve you junk it. But if it does take it to heart. Okay let’s go. Look at what’s growing. What industries are growing? It helps if this industry … Continue reading How to pick your business opportunity
We shouldn’t be so afraid to fail that we hesitate to start new things. If we try new things every once and awhile something good will stick. Today’s problems are often drawbacks of previous innovation. We just hope the value added was net positive on whichever metrics are important. (Fiscal, social, Etc) I see this … Continue reading Relationship with failure