Notwithstanding the increasing notoriety of intrapreneurship and the trend towards entrepreneurship, man has transformed into an enterprising personality with a deep-rooted respect for conventions and innovations. In view of this truth, people tend to do away with their daily day jobs and hastily start their own businesses. While the concept of being the boss of business may inflate our sense of euphoria, entrepreneurship is no mean task. To all intents and purposes, this article throws light on how to grow as an entrepreneur without leaving our day job.
- Is the idea pragmatic?
The mission and vision of business idea should go hand-in-hand. Hence, it becomes all the more imperative that the idea of the business should have merit and substance. In addition, personal satisfaction is an ‘absolute must have.’ To focus on business goals and missions, successful execution of business ideas is must. Do enough market research to check the scope of the idea. Thus, one has to learn from the organization in which he/she is working. Understand the organizational hierarchy and proceed. Thus, this observation forms an integral part of a productive day at work.
- Do I have enough finance?
Not astonishingly, more often than not, many naïve entrepreneurs struggle in this aspect. Rather than scowling and sulking in pursuit of investors, one may approach the investors of the organization in which he/she is working. Well, this may not yield best results and work all times. However, after gaining the loyalty of the investors, one may demonstrate the pizzazz by growing as an entrepreneur. In addition, one can comprehend the finer nuances of financial aspects and out of the blue expenses. Thus, this comprehension forms an integral part of another productive day at work.
This is the most crucial aspect in every walk of life. To hone the skills of planning and to achieve excellence, one must plan accordingly. Develop market strategies and business plans. Apart from our ability to map out the course of our lives with as great care, perseverance and imagination as possible, we must ensure that we do not embark on a major venture of any kind as a result of a sudden whim or impulse. This sort of eleventh-hour rush results in slap-shod organizations that fail within a day. Thus, one must understand the vision of the company in which he/she is presently working. Hence, this understanding forms an integral part of yet another day at work.
- Be Brave: