I think my strength lies in convincing prospective customers to buy what I am selling. But first, I have to believe in the product that's why when I was selling clothing items, I would first buy for myself and if I like it then I would sell. Armed with that idea that I am selling a very good product, I would have the guts to make a sales pitch to my circle. However, I'm not that good when it comes to selling to strangers, not my cup of tea.
My greatest strength as an entrepreneur is spotting new opportunities. I effortlessly see a business opportunity in even mundane situations. One key to gaining this ability is to realize that behind every problem is an opportunity and that any successful entrepreneurial venture starts with the market or creating a need for the product.
^^^ Dont know who these people are, but my personal greatest strength would have to be my ability to grow talent, and identify it in people even if they cant identify it in themselves. I learned this is corporate America years before I became an Entrepreneur.
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