The 21st century proved to be the era of most talented entrepreneurs. These new business owners are equipped with all the modern digital and marketing tools which their forefathers never enjoyed. This allowed them to grow their business manifolds in a short period.
Currently, there is the highest number of billionaires in the history of humankind. This is a good motivation for people who run a business. However, this scenario also comes with the challenge of competition. There are thousands of sellers of the same product in the market, and you need to outperform to distinguish yourself from the competition.
I have jotted down a 7 habits formula through which you can become a star performer in business and life.
Leaders are readers who are famous proverb that is perfectly applicable in the corporate world. You must identify your weak areas and pick a book according to your needs. The more relevant books you will read, the more competent you will become....
Every crisis comes with a big opportunity. If you look back in history, companies like Uber, WhatsApp, and Instagram were the result of the recession. This is an indication that many new concepts and thousands of new companies and entrepreneurs will emerge during and after the coronavirus pandemic.
You should ask yourself a question – what is your purpose in life?
Are you born for a 9 to 5 job, or do you have that spark for entrepreneurship?
If you feel that you are a misfit for the job you are doing and can do much better in your own business.
Then it is the right time for you to make a move.
The business landscape is changing in the world right now, which means that there are a lot of new opportunities for you to start a business. You must capitalize on it and make a move. However, there are some excuses often made by individuals who want to own a business.
Today we will address the common excuses and lift the myths behind them.