Planning to become an “entrepreneur”? What product is in the mind? Why become only an entrepreneur when there are many income-generating options? The answer is everyone wants to wear the title of pride. Many people want to be their boss, want to live their life at own terms rather than fulfilling the dreams of others.
Having own business is rewarding and people want to enjoy the sense of freedom, but yes at the same time, it requires a lot of efforts and patience and once withstand the challenges and problem, they may become their boss.
Define your path:
Before starting the business, set the objective. What is the future goal of the business and what would be its position in the future? What steps and approaches would be developed to gain fruitful results? Cleary stating the perspective is a prerequisite of any business.
Stay motivated and follow the silver lining approach.
Develop a long-lasting relationship:
Developing a “relationship” is the key factor to victory. Without the support of clients, customers, employees, and the community as a whole an entrepreneur cannot achieve the desired output.
Listen to the community, engage with them, their feedback plays an important role to develop the product as desired by the people. Appreciate their views, they are not important only to sell their product rather provide them the best customer service, it means a lot to a business.
Chris Kape, The President of the JAMCO Capital, with the philanthropic mind-set has helped organize the humanitarian trips to promote literacy in rural areas of Uganda, Costa Rica, and Colombia and worked to explore the new travel adventure with the view of helping others.
Head-Hunt the right talent:
Don’t be the jack of all trades. For example, one may have expertise in handling finance and accounting, but can the same person handle other departments like sales and marketing, IT, Human Resource, and customer service efficiently?
The new business may fear to expand the staff and may face the budget constraint but hiring the right candidate for the right job is predominant to achieve positive results. There are many options to it, instead of hiring a full-time employee; a new business can explore the freelancers or part-time employees who will only be paid for the task they accomplish.
Approach of working hard being shifted to working smart. In this competitive world, developing the attitude of working smart is a “win-win”. Rather than working for 15-16 hours, try the shortcuts and explore the new ways to achieve your goal as quickly as possible without compromising on quality.
Christopher Kape, who has post-graduated from Concordia University, is an entrepreneur having an eye for value and the ability to direct the organization so that they can better build and successfully execute their plan to achieve the goals.
Explore something different:
What makes the product and services unique that nobody else is providing? Do not do things just for doing it, explore, research, and make the difference.