Often times, especially as entrepreneurs, we deem ourselves as natural-born leaders. We have developed the business idea on our own. The creation and direction of the business is done on one person’s shoulders. Heck, we have become successful and never asked for a pat on the back. SO… how come more people are not exactly sold on following us to the promise land?
We, more often than not, our leadership has never been tested or evaluated by the most important follower. YOUSELF! Check out these 8 great tips to see where you are on the long journey of being a great leader.
Once again, we’ve come across a great read for Start-ups. Remember, a great idea does not automatically mean you are a great business person. I know this may sound harsh, but read these 12 common mistakes and count how many you have already fallen victim too!!
In the world of marketing, new ideas are truly a dime a dozen. We all have good ideas, bad ideas, innovative ideas, and (my personal favorite) “better than the last idea” ideas. The question is what happens after the idea is formed. Who does it go to? How will I tell them? Will they buy in and how long will it take to convince them? Most businesses are riddled with these questions on an everyday basis.
We found a great article to help answer some of those questions and give you some direction. A great idea that stays stagnate is just an awesome dream, but a great idea that is put to work is what helps businesses succeed.