8 Feb 2011

Some reasons for failure Entrepreneur

With my experience for over 25 years working as a professional in Business Development, in general I find that they have to think like entrepreneurs. This is what makes them reach the top of their profession. Each will teach you during the journey that they have learned how berbikir differently.

True entrepreneurs struggling to get business opportunities with a variety of reasons. Among the most obvious is the lack of capital, lack of understanding of marketing, and personal issues. However, based on experience and knowledge of entrepreneurship, there are three important reasons why a person fails to be an entrepreneur.

They link the success of the business with their personal values.

They refused to set realistic goals and make plans for himself and his business. They are not ready to pay price of success. A true entrepreneur with the right mind would continue to develop his thinking all the time. They have learned to understand the role, purpose, and consequence.

1. Role

Entrepreneur merged, are those who struggle, have learned to separate the roles in their lives of self worth or self identitias. They understand that the role of performance or failure in their efforts is not an assessment of them as individuals. People who tend to equate their self-worth with the role of identity would make the risks and find ways to maintain the status quo. With the ability to separate the two identities allows them to easily get a risk than the risk of harm, which is the key to the success of an entrepreneur. Someone who has a risk of failure, experience, and learn from them, not just learn how to distinguish the role of their identity with personal identity, they also have learned about the risks and failures. They understand that failure in the early part of the initial business success. They are able to deal with these experiences, learn quickly and move. This is important in the success of entrepreneurs. They must be willing to face and deal with failures that occur at the beginning of time.

2. Goal

Although much is said and written about the importance of purpose and a plan to achieve success as an entrepreneur, there are few people who are studying the mechanism of goal setting and planning success. This is not about the plan, but planning is essential, and the process of setting goals that allow them to develop the confidence to take risks and failures. Successful entrepreneurs are not only motivated to achieve their goals and goal oriented, they also learn to implement the strategy and tactical planning and goal setting. By visualizing a goal, write it down and provide detailed plans for achieving give confidence and motivation. More than just a business plan or operations, they have goals and plans for the all important role in his life. From the beginning they've learned if they do not do their own plans, they might become part of the objectives and plans of others. They create their own direction, facing position as a leader who takes risks, and make necessary adjustments.

3. Consequences

Finally, employers understand that they pay the consequences. To be successful in whatever role in life, you must be prepared to pay in full immediately. There is no instant success to become an entrepreneur. In fact, I hear success usually takes 15-20 years. One of the early consequences of disering faced is to make them improve themselves behind the circle that includes the growth of the current relationship. Since most people tend to maintain psychological comfort zone, they begin to lose identity by taking risks. They feel comfortable with the type of person who more or less the same as them. Often entrepreneurs move toward a different circle who understand the journey. By stepping out, by being yourself and face the risks alone. Consequently, new pressure was found in long relationships. As stated earlier the leader, with the role of performance through a process of differentiation of self worth, at risk, facing various obstacles, sticking to your goals, and adjust your plan, are you prepared to pay the consequences.

There are many things to be learned by entrepreneurs to succeed, including daily mechanism in running the business, providing products, deliver services, generate income and relates to people. The biggest challenge of all this is to develop an understanding of themselves. They will get a grip of what they want and what motivates them. Successful entrepreneurs must learn to transform their thinking, enabling them to face the failures encountered along the road.


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