None of us can deny we all want to be the worlds best entrepreneur. But what exactly is an Entrepreneur?
There are many different analogies to describe the definition of an Entrepreneur but my view is – a person who has a vision, takes that vision with passion and turns it into an outstanding business with outstanding results.
The Entrepreneur accepts failure is not an option, they are prepared to take the risks for the return. You do not need to have a university degree, just an unwilling faith to take the knocks and get up every single time.
Michael Jordon quotes; I have missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I have lost almost 300 games. On 26 occasions, I have been entrusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I have failed over and over and over again in my life, and that is why I succeeded.
You must always be upskilling your knowledge and expertise. Read a book a week, attend as many seminaries as you can even if you learn nothing or have something reinforced. Share your knowledge and experiences, look for ways to help people. People do like to be helped if you do not let people help you it can be an upset.
Use the elements of persuasion there are seven;
* The Law of Contrast.
* The Law of Reciprocation.
* The Law of Commitment and Consistency.
* The Law of Social Proof.
* The Law of Like-ability.
* The Law of Authority.
* The Law of Scarcity / Urgency.
Embrace technology with the invention of the web what more could ask for them a global audience.
Here but to name a few of the greatest Entrepreneurs:
Research and Role model. Here's to your success
Source by Kim L Matheson