Qualities That Make a Great Entrepreneur - Atiqullah Nabizada

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Having a great idea and assembling a team to bring that concept to life is the first step in creating a successful business venture. While finding a new and unique idea is rare enough; the ability to successfully execute this idea is what separates the dreamers from the entrepreneurs.

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Qualities That Make a Great Entrepreneur - Atiqullah Nabizada Having a great idea and assembling a team to bring that concept to life is the first step in creating a successful business venture. While finding a new and unique idea is rare enough the ability to successfully execute this idea is what separates the dreamers from the entrepreneurs. However you see yourself whatever your age may be as soon as you make that exciting first hire you have taken the first steps in becoming a powerful leader. When money is tight stress levels are high and the visions of instant success don’t happen like you thought it’s easy to let those emotions get to you and thereby your team. Take a breath calm yourself down and remind yourself of the leader you are and would like to become. Here are some key qualities that every good leader should possess and learn to emphasize. Confidence: Keep up your confidence level and assure everyone that setbacks are natural and the important thing is to focus on the larger goal. As the leader by staying calm and confident you will help keep the team feeling the same. Remember your team will take cues from you so if you exude a level of calm damage control your team will pick up on that feeling. The key objective is to keep everyone working and moving ahead. Positive Attitude: You want to keep your team motivated towards the continued success of the company and keep the energy levels up. Whether that means providing snacks coffee relationship advice or even just an occasional beer in the office remember that everyone on your team is a person. Keep the office mood a fine balance between productivity and playfulness. Honesty: Whatever ethical plane you hold yourself to when you are responsible for a team of people it’s important to raise the bar even higher. Your business and its employees are a reflection of yourself and if you make honest and ethical behavior a key value your team will follow suit. Communication: Training new members and creating a productive work environment all depend on healthy lines of communication. Whether that stems from an open door policy to your office or making

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it a point to talk to your staff on a daily basis making yourself available to discuss interoffice issues is vital. Your team will learn to trust and depend on you and will be less hesitant to work harder. Tips to start a Faster Lower-Cost Business - Atiqullah Nabizada Starting a new business Congratulations By now you probably know exactly why you want to make this move. You also have a good idea about what products or services you will offer and to whom. But have you thought much about how you will get your message out through a coordinated branding and marketing strategy Setting up the sale will be one of the most important processes you will undertake. Here are four ways to get your new business off the ground faster. If you’re already up and running can you exploit any of these actions to accelerate your growth 1. Make the right impression. Your branding effort begins with the selection of a suitable identity. A name that is catchy a URL that ends in .com and a logo that is professional and iconic best serve most companies. Normally you would test many possible name/URL combinations before finding one that is available but there’s a new trend in name selection that could be faster for you. 2. Align your company with a good cause. Corporate Social Responsibility CSR is becoming more of a business driver every day. Customers are increasingly aware that some purchases create more of a social impact than others and they make their decisions accordingly. 3. Establish your online footprint. Initially your business will be invisible online until you get on the right search engines maps and directories. There is an entire Internet ecosystem you will want to plug into so you can get noticed in the right markets. 4. Convince bloggers to talk about your company. When trusted advisors tell someone about your business that information carries more weight than your own marketing and sales efforts. Resistance goes down in the minds of buyers and they are more likely to purchase from you. You just have to find the right bloggers and convince them to write about you. Every day millions of bloggers are writing to their established and trusting readers—recommending various restaurants books products stores and services.