Friday, 18 November 2011

Pleased To Launch A New Business

So you had a brilliant idea, to be successful and make you a fortune - even better, actually did something about it, and started his own company. Good for you! Not all that far. Most people sit and dream of days what it could do if only ....

"The world is full of dreamers, there are not enough who will move forward and begin to take concrete action to vivid visions" - W. W. Clement Stone

But you have more than the biggest obstacle, the first step and you actually created something.

Well done - you've done more than others. Now you have the daily information on your business So how do you go?

There are several things to see here:

1. What are the pros and what are you doing? Make two lists - one of the jobs you want and one of the jobs that are not good. Take a second look at the list and what you might outsource or automate. What do you like doing those accounts or would be a better time for forward planning while your accountant does the sums? It 'to you personally respond to every query, or you could create a FAQ which you can submit your site and see the people who Autoresponder? Early stages of your business you may find you do not have the money to pay someone to do a job you hate. It could change the skills to get the help you need?

2. Why do this? You need to be motivated to start a business and maintain it. The best way is to know what the effort is for. What really moves up in the morning and do what must be done even when you do not really want? Write down your reasons. Look for pictures of this house, or on vacation and put them where you can see.

3. How to deal with these bumps on the road? Not all of what you are doing is perfect - sometimes things you've tried to be a catastrophe - is the way to react to problems that matters. If you curl up into a ball and give up as soon as the first failure to be the best business. It's attitude.

4th Have a plan and stick to as much as possible, but be prepared to be flexible and open mind. Sometimes the most unexpected opportunities come and you must be prepared to seize them. - As Joe Vitale says, "like speed money."

5. Find a mentor - learn from someone who has. Someone to share ideas and that can encourage when things get tough is invaluable.

Above all, do not let anyone put you down and never be afraid of failure:

"It is not the critic who counts, not the man who shows how the strong man stumbled, or where the offender acts could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly who errs and comes short again and again, who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, and spends himself noble cause, which is the best, knows, and finally win a major achievement in that worst, if he fails at least fails while daring greatly, so his place shall never be cold and timid souls one who do not know victory nor defeat "- Theodore Roosevelt.