Category Archives for "Strategy"

4 Ways to Nurture and Grow Your Business; Lessons From a New Born

Like new parents, we entrepreneurs are nurturers. We thrive in positive environments AND we rely on having an excellent support network around us to help us grow our business.

Watching my son and my daughter-in-law with their new son has really got me thinking about the similarities between entrepreneurs and new parents.

Here are four ways that a newborn can help you grow as an entrepreneur:

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Entrepreneur, Are You Chasing After All Your Ideas?

As an entrepreneur, this probably isn’t the first time you’ve heard about focus.  You know how important focus is to success.

Your creative mind offers you hundreds of entrepreneur ideas to focus on.  And with these thoughts comes the irresistible urge to stop, drop and roll into what appears to be best-idea-ever.

It’s one thing to know that you need to focus, but what do you do with all your brilliant ideas so that you can pursue the task at hand?

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Is Your Business Drifting on the Sea of Sameness?

Competition is everywhere and the message is so similar for many businesses. How do you differentiate? How do you make your product and offers attractive to your audience?

Cirque du Soleil creators took the concept of 3 Ring Circus with animal and clown shows to a whole new level. They looked at what others were doing and created a show so unique that it is set apart from all the competition. By using themes and world class entertainers, Cirque has become a world-renowned experience.

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Developing Your Entrepreneur Skills

Every day we are bombarded with so much information.  From TV commercials to the endless streams on social media, even the seemingly limitless selection of books and guides can be overwhelming.

If you find yourself being distracted, you are not alone.  Entrepreneurs can spend hours of time rummaging through articles and books and blogs trying to stay abreast of new information and the latest business trends.

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