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6 Steps To Be A Successful Entrepreneur

Discussion in 'General Business and Entrepreneurship' started by antokay, Dec 7, 2016.

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  1. antokay

    antokay Member

    1.Have passion and Ideas on what you do
    2.Start from small and think grow
    3.Learn from others
    4.Have self confidence and self-promoter
    5.Take steps follow by action.
    6.Don't afraid of failure.

    The above steps will help and guide you.
  2. Albus

    Albus Member

    Some more points you could consider, if possible
    1. Be yourself don't copy others
    2. Make perfect design
    3. Set goals
    4. Daily improve your knowledge
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  3. Josephine Stuart

    Josephine Stuart MVP Member

    @Albus and @antokay I think I can expand on your points about building knowledge to say that no one should ever believe they're done learning. No one knows everything (even if they're considered an "expert" in their field), so you should never turn down an opportunity to learn.
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  4. Divine Tumenta

    Divine Tumenta Member

    Here are a few points if you want to be a successful entrepreneur in today's world.
    1. Passion & Motivation should be imminent
    2. Risk-Taking to your Advantage
    3. Self-belief, Hard work & Disciplined Dedication towards work
    4. Adaptability & Flexibility in the process
    5. Understand Your Offering – And Its Market standards
    6. Money Management to profitability
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  5. Bhaskar

    Bhaskar Member

    Take a personal inventory
    Be a problem solver
    Give yourself time to be creative
    Learn from others
    Live passionately
    Take risks
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  6. Caitlin Rogers

    Caitlin Rogers Member

    I like the last one! I should be bolder in failure I think.
  7. Stacie Woodland

    Stacie Woodland Member

    @antokay I feel like these aren't steps as in "first you do this, then this," as much as they are tips/keys to success. Then again, I have doubt in anything that says "__ Steps to Achieve Your Dream!" It's never that simple, and I'm sure many of us here know that! I agree with @Josephine Stuart that we never stop learning, as entrepreneurs and as humans.

    I do love the points listed, however. You can never begin to succeed unless you're ready to fail, and you can never move forward unless you're willing to move.

    @Albus, what do you mean "Make perfect design"?
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  8. Raza-Associates

    Raza-Associates Member

    Thanks guys but do share some deep business ideas about growth and core business problems.
  9. normasbathandbody

    normasbathandbody Member

    All of what you guys said is great and true! but I say to build relationships, and then be persistent because it will pay off. never give up!
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  10. eWomenNetwork

    eWomenNetwork Member

    If you want to become a better entrepreneur and successfully grow your business, dedicate time and energy to improve your daily habits. Here are my rules to be a successful entrepreneur:
    Establish a routine
    Be prepared always
    Collaborate with other people
    Appreciate yourself and your co-workers.
    Learn how to let people go.
    Check your progress on daily basis
    Plan tomorrow -- tonight
  11. Emma

    Emma Member

    In my opinion, the most important thing in being successful as an entrepreneur is to educate yourself continuously. You can always use some financial skills by getting a diploma of accounting. Also, learning new languages or taking some courses for your niche is always a good idea.
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