2018 is a year to be optimistic. Nevertheless, it’s also a year to be more projective and realistic with business goals. The real value of doing business this year is not only being profitable, but providing real solutions to real consumer problems.
Startups rise and fall.
This year has seen incredible startup businesses whirled away with the wind. It’s nothing less for the big gamers too.
Life is short; we must only build businesses that matters.
It is no longer enough to just have a great business and products or services. You must go beyond solving the problems of customers – people.
Being dareful to build something that will improve the lives of others, should never take your own life away; it must make it even better.
It is at the tough times that we need to stand back and question where we are going wrong; even sometimes, where we are going right.
Let’s start with a short story. Success is a very, very lonely road. Very few people are willing to endure the pain, and sacrifices to be successful. It is an uphill battle: and along that road, you are not going to see many friends, you’re going to see your shadow most often.
Firstly, what is honesty? In plain English, it’s the art of being truthful. The type of art you never mastered.
But, the right question is; does honesty play any importance in building a successful business? It’s like asking if virtues have any values or importance; the answer is yes.
Let’s pick some tips from Daniel Golemans quote – “If your emotional abilities aren’t in hand, if you don’t have self-awareness, if you are not able to manage your distressing emotions, but if you can’t have effective relationships, then no matter how smart you are, you are not going to get very far.”
Someone recently told me; finding a job these days has become difficult to finding a wife. So he started his own business because he found a wife without a job.
There are many reasons why people start their own businesses. From mind blowing motives to wacky and personal survival.
2016 has been a great year, lots of achievements, hard failures and many successes. Entrepreneurs set goals, strategic goals to launch a new business year. Resolutions are for personal relationships. Don’t treat your business or company as one.
Generally, most businesses have goals and plans and on how to achieve them. If your startup business have neither of these, then get busy brainstorming.