Business Tips from One Entrepreneur to Another

Being an Entrepreneur is one of the greatest decisions I have made in my life but always one of the most difficult. Everyone day I get up at the crack of dawn to nurture my business to make it grow. Most people don’t see the work that being an entrepreneur takes except fellow entrepreneurs. The late night and the struggles are yours because they are a small step on the way to your journey. Your dreams are your and you must remember that. Below you will find my tips from one entrepreneur to another.

 

Understand that your dreams are yours and no ones else

When I developed my business I quickly realized that no one is ever going to work as hard as I am to make my dreams work. The late nights staring at screens and the constant early morning are not for everyone.

Love What You do

There will be A LOT of long nights. Make sure you are doing something that interest you. Not just in the present but you will know in the future too. The second you stop loving what you are doing is the second your business begins to fail. That passion is often what drives people to your business. Customers feel that passion and connect with it.

Listen To Your Custumers

Always take some time out of your week to listen to your custumers and connect with them. I say this because companies are often looked at as the villian and when you reach out and listen to the concerns of your custumers this humanizes you and begin to form a bond between the company and custumer. People like to buy things or work with companies they have a personal connection with.

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You Are The People You Hire

The people you hire are a reflection of you in all facets of their life. If they do not carry themselves well if can affect the business. Having good people is essential so taking the hiring process seriously is vital.

These tips I have come up with are things I believe have been essential to my success in business and I hope they can do the same for you. I leave you with this, find employees you can trust. The last thing you want to do is micromanage your people. When employees have the freedom to do what they need to do they often feel connected to the company and want to work harder. This is what all business owners should strive for. If may not be that employees dream but they can certainly help you get to your dream faster.

 

 

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Author: Kevin C. McReynolds

Kevin McReynolds is the Chief Executive Officer of McReynolds Enterprises LLC. He is a consultant for several startups in the Southern California region. Kevin is a former Student-Athlete at UCLA. He studied Political Science as an undergraduate and will complete a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2018. Kevin is an serial entrepreneur. Follow Kevin online via @LifeofKM!

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