Some business leaders believe that entrepreneurship is inborn. Is it possible to grow your business even if you are not cut out for entrepreneurship? Let’s look at what you need to last the test of time.
At the heart of a good number of entrepreneurs is the desire for freedom. Entrepreneurship, though taxing, allows one to set their own schedule and prioritise what they want to work on and when they want to do this.
A good entrepreneur needs to be disciplined. Given that no one will be monitoring your work, one needs to set specific targets they desire to achieve and work consistently on them. Celebrating success is important but let this also should be well planned for.
Entrepreneurs ought to be resilient. Disappointments are inevitable for anyone in business. The ability to get up every time these are experienced is invaluable. Clients will let you down, suppliers will fail you or you may just fail to reach the mark. The most successful entrepreneurs do not throw in the towel at the first sight of defeat.
Clients desire faithfulness and honesty. Given that they are your employers, do not take them for granted. Deliver the services or goods in good time consistently. Admit wrongdoing whenever you slip up. You will win them over and have a steady flow of work.
Jose Hawilla started out as a sports journalist and now runs the Traffic Group in Brazil. The company that was founded in 1980 has grown into a leading sports marketing agency. His sheer will and determination has seen him acquire a number of affiliates of TV Gobo in his homeland. Bus stops in Brazil have advertising posts courtesy of Traffic Group.
The businessman has grown his market to Europe, the US and part of Asia. Broadcast rights have been sold in bulk to clients all over the world. Jardim Paulista is home for Traffic Group headquarters. Hawilla has also invested heavily in the video production company he set up recently.
He also has a Talent wing in Traffic, where sporting personalities’ images are managed. They also promote trade using the Brazilian athletes through the Export Sport. His desire is to see the Brazilian game rise to the top and earn revenue as it does so. You can visit linkedin.com for more details.
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