You will need to make a presentation about your business at some point or the other in your entrepreneurial journey. The more efficiently you connect with your audience through your presentation, the better are the chances of your business getting recognised and growing.
Ever wonder why some people seem to command respect with their very presence? It is something in the personality of a person that him/her worthy of the respect of others. True respect is never dependent on a person’s financial status, social standing, job title or education.
Management veteran and author Tulsi Tawari’s latest book is out. Titled Creation of Wealth Vs. Transfer of Wealth, the book highlights the need for an innovative approach towards business.
Being an entrepreneur is no easy job, especially if you are the owner of a small firm, with limited resources and a small team. You are required to don multiple hats at a time, causing an incredible amount of frustration and stress. It is easy to suffer from a case of entrepreneurial burn-out in these circumstances.
A mentor can be invaluable for a business unit, irrespective of whether it is small or large. The right mentor can steer the business in the right direction, helping the management make right decisions at the right point of time. A mentor can challenge an entrepreneur, and push him to achieve new heights, which might have, otherwise, been considered unscalable.
Business travel can be quite stressful. Long hours spent on flights, eating on the go, long meetings, reaching hotels and meeting places on time, sleeping in strange hotel rooms - all of this can be pretty tough on your system.
In a candid conversation with SupportBiz, RP Vaishya, Director, MSME Development Institute (New Delhi), highlighted some of the major pain points of Indian MSMEs and suggested some possible remedies to these challenges.
Constantly monitoring your competitors will help you learn about each and every one of their moves, and how the customers and industry is reacting to them. This will help you take steps to ahead of your competition, and to grab market advantage.
Conflicts at the workplace are a major cause for decrease in morale, increase in stress levels and a reduction in productivity. That said, workplace conflicts are inevitable, since an organisation comprises of many individuals – each with their own role to play – who might have differing views about things.
There are hundreds of things that demand an entrepreneur’s attention every single day. Many of these things are pressing in urgency, to be dealt with as soon as possible. It is crucial that an entrepreneur make best use of each minute of their work day.