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You might have thought to start entrepreneurship. However, this desire is always hampered by the thought that you have no business experience, did not come from families business, and do not have the talent to “sell”, or do in marketing. As a result, this desire just to be a desire.
However, to start something new, you do have to get out of your comfort zone yourself. Realize that entrepreneurship is a new step, so you must be willing to learn. For that, identify the first step to start self-employment:
1. Dare embarrassed
To start a business, you have to “dare to die.” Although many people around you belittle your efforts, give intentions and stay consistent with your chosen business. You do not need to be embarrassed in marketing your product, and not be embarrassed if you see a failure.
2. Brave destitute
An urgent situation is the motivation in entrepreneurship. “Ninety-seven percent of people are motivated (for entrepreneurship) as desired. This factor is the additional energy for a person to achieve success.
3. Dare to succeed and not afraid to fail
Failure is success delayed, such wise words that you often hear. Through a series of failures, you can add to the knowledge so as not to repeat the same mistakes.
4. Crazy and creative daring
For entrepreneurship, you must be creative and give a lot of innovation for your business. When the market started to get bored with the product that you spend, it’s a sign you have to start innovating with new products, or new variants.
How to start creativity:
* Turn right brain
Activate the right brain means you have to play with the dreams that you have to make happen. Dare to dream and write down the vision and mission in life to do.
* Learn to anyone
Learn to many people who have become successful. Reading biographies of successful people also can be one way to learn.
* Apply ATM
“ATM can! However, do not copy and steal ideas and products of others. You also need to know where you will sell products” clone “your.
* Dare to make his own theory
There is no definitive theory of entrepreneurship. Every entrepreneur must have a different theory. Therefore, you can create a theory that you can apply for your own business. Of course this will be found once you go directly to start a business.