3 WAYS YOU HAVE BEEN PUSHING YOURSELF IN A MEDIOCRE ENTREPRENEURS’S BOX
The mere mention of the word “Mediocre” comes with a bang. How much more when it is used to describe a person. It is natural for everyone to want to be associated with success but it is sad that sometimes entrepreneurs get themselves into the mediocre entrepreneur’s box either through conscious or unconscious actions. By adopting methods that maximize your time, fine-tune focus, attract talented employees, and keep things in perspective, you too can thread the path to a satisfying entrepreneurial journey.
Finding your way into every meeting room
“You must not be met in every meeting room.” This might sound hilarious but it’s actually true. You have a ton of workload and walking into every meeting room will do you no good in achieving them. Every minute counts and successful people know that meetings are famous for wasting that valuable time. If you must hold a meeting, keep it short and to the point.
You have no time for constructive thinking
The engine room of every entrepreneur is their thought process. If you allow your day to become so loaded with tasks that it’s hard to even think, this be a missing link to achieving success. If you are going to stay ahead of the competition, generating new ideas have to be a constant process. Force yourself to take breaks, and that is oftentimes when the bomb ideas come through.
You don’t see the use of a mentor
You can’t outgrow mentorship because you are always going to need to feed on someone who is more experienced. A lot of people fail to recognize the true value of having someone to talk to or confide in, and it’s a real shame It impacts your business in very tangible ways because mentoring matters a lot. There’s only so much about a person’s experience you can gain from books. It’s an unstated truth that most authors do not feel comfortable revealing everything about themselves in books. Some personal experiences may be too intimate to be shared, yet how they dealt with it can help an inexperienced entrepreneur’s career.