What it Takes to be a Great Entrepreneur- Eustan Ventures

What it Takes to be a Great Entrepreneur

Greatness is everybody’s dream. Everyone wants to be successful and great. People measure their growth and status by what others assess them as.

In today’s business, that is even true. If you have a great status in market, your product will be famous and people will go buying it.

Name plays a real role in business. Once a goodwill is achieved, you just have to maintain it and your product is eventually the hot talks of market.

But the real challenge is how to become great. This is a question of the decade. How can one be great? Is this greatness just behavioral or in business too?

Here are some ladder steps to become a great leader. If you don’t lead well, your empire is bound to fall off.
So, let us have a look and make an effort imbibing these in our normal routine.

Be Progressive – Greatness in business is not achieved in one night. Yes, in some cases stock rise up with a blink of eyes but that is not the case always. You have to be constantly delivering it and be progressive about it.

Do not expect progress in just one day. Believe that it will occur but it will take time.

Have Patience – Patience is what most of us lack and that makes all the difference. Be patient enough to observe things gradually. If something goes wrong, make changes required and have the patience to observe it fall back in gear.

Your impatience will only bother the people around you and your staff and ultimately hinder growth.

Humility is the key – No matter how high your brand rise. Remember that you made it up from scratch. Go back to the time when you wandered door to door looking for an investor.

Be grateful to god but don’t be proud. Don’t treat others around you as inferiors, since they are the people who made the efforts helping you rise. Of course, you paid them but they do have a role in your success and you should honor that.

Be Caring – Care for your employees. Starting from the sweeper to the highest post your firm offers, be polite and care for them. If someone falls sick or is unable to join in due to some genuine reason, show that you care and waive the day off for them.

If you help them in their time of trouble, they surely will help you back by working more as compensation to their missed work. Be the boss, but don’t boss around.

Anticipate failure – always have a back up plan to deal with the unexpected. When you have an approach to deal with sudden situations, the harm decreases manifolds.