A startup is an incredibly exciting and rewarding endeavor. It can also be an incredibly daunting and frustrating one when the proper steps are not taken. This post will discuss four important questions you should ask yourself before you begin working toward your business goals.
There's a few traits that you can find in almost all entrepreneurs who have taken the leap and made it. Being able to share success, own failures, and executing today are common traits. Many successful entrepreneurs also take a passion for others who seek the same huge goals. Therefore, they always pay it forward. Let's start with that one...
Business is a game. In this game, there’s something called “making a first impression.” To make a good first impression, there are many things you can do, like wearing a nice suit or shaving. But the most important part of making a good first impression is handshakin. Unlike a suit or a clean haircut and shave, a good handshake can make a relationship, that later leads to a sale. But what makes a good handshake? Here are three things you need to remember.
Today, I had lunch with Bryan Flanagan. Bryan worked with Zig Ziglar for decades and has a passion for the sales profession, for salespeople, and for those who desire to increase their presentation skills effectively and in a professional manner.
Once you become an entrepreneur, how long are you classified as an aspiring entrepreneur? How freaking long does it take for people to finally take you seriously? There is a lot that being a successful and credible entrepreneur requires. Here's three attributes that successful entrepreneurs have that aspiring entrepreneurs may not have.