Being an entrepreneur means having a proper track record: No Career, Consolidation, or Maps will guide you from one step to another. My only adult career is well known. The way, the far-fetched thousand beans: No matter how good a day goes by the light, or, at least, renews the exquisite terrain.
However, like everyone else, I came across moments of doubt and uncertainty and sleepless nights. When I looked at the steps that took me out of my first sale – standing with my grandfather Joe at the folklore festival when I was just a kid – common themes emerged today for my fateful business ventures.
Keep the big vision in sight.
A great vision will take you away. I put this advice first because when things go wrong and they’re going to keep their big vision, they’ll get you back to a successful course. It may not always be the course you have dreamed of, but your great vision becomes your northern star, which will help you steer and steer in the dark. I believe so much, I even wrote a book about it with my brother. Your vision, the foundation that illuminates the path ahead, is the compass and the celestial sign.
Fuel your vision with perseverance.
What must be shared with a great vision is the determination you need to continue. If you’re a Game of Thrones audience, in the last episode, when Stannis Baratheon became aware of the lack of wisdom to start a fight in the snow, a wonderful line emerged. He replied, uz We are walking towards victory, we are walking towards victory, but we are moving forward, only forward..
Sometimes, when things come up as an entrepreneur, you have to make a commitment to yourself, regardless of the discomfort and fear that surrounds the next steps. When you strengthen your great vision with determination and “forward” spirit, you will finally meet your success.
Make a plan, but be flexible.
Even if you only have a few pages, you need a few plans. A business plan with an accompanying marketing outline is important to model for success. They help you identify the key milestones of the road ahead, define your success, and divide your journey into important criteria where you can monitor your progress.
I’m not a gigantic, solid plan that no one will come, but I propose a more modest plan that can work as your basic guide and respond to certain numbers. I do not support very detailed plans because I believe you need the flexibility to change the course as needed. Sometimes, big changes to the plan will have to be made.
Embrace your expertise.
If you are already good at something or you have the expertise, adopt it. Don’t try to be everything for every aspect of your business. Signor sign contracts with agents for what you can’t do and focus your strengths as quickly as possible. Don’t be a trader and no one master of all trades.
Don’t reinvent the wheel.
What does it already do in other people’s commercial models, your industry, software applications, and other business transactions you can imitate instead of rebuilding? Don’t waste your time trying to build systems where you can buy and install a simple one by saving valuable time and spending little money. I always maintain my burning rate and run as weak as possible. But sometimes the best decision is to pay for some good systems, not to waste time and create your own mistakes.
Don’t burn out.
This is not just a small hint: your health is literally the most important thing in your life. When your body comes out, you’re done. It doesn’t matter to your heart what a good job you are; your circulation system is not affected by money or success. . . you understood. Personally, I try to eat really good food, sleep well and spend every day as much as I can to laugh at my child and see my wife.
If you sacrifice your physical and mental health at the altar of your work, you will burn. Then take care of yourself.
Keep your sense of humor.
If you can’t laugh at yourself, you’re missing it. When I thought of a fun event that happened the other night, I was almost asleep and suddenly I burst out in laughter so I woke the dog so loudly.
Laughter is a good cure for the spread of stress, the realization of some cowardice and how to get a perspective, hey, that’s ultimately life – you don’t have to take it seriously.
So, try to laugh more and stretch a little less. Strengthens your emotional and mental health, prevents others from staying under your skin, cools you, gathers and keeps you more fun in the environment.