Monthly Archives: June 2011

Conquering the Fear of Selling

It is, in fact, an epidemic which is so subtle that when it looms entrepreneurs often fail to drive it away. Drive the fear of selling away. But can entrepreneurs overcome their reluctance to sell? Let’s look at a few … Continue reading

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How to Kill the Fears When Starting a Business: Part II

So you read how when one assumes “The Right business means success” is the actual starting point of all those fears. Let’s discuss a few more “false assumptions”. “Afraid of uncertainty” Another big factor of people staying away from start-ups … Continue reading

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How to Kill the Fears When Starting a Business: Part I

There are those mental traps that might hold you back when you’re on the verge of starting a business, right? Here are a few of the false assumptions that are fueled by fear, along with tips to beat that! A … Continue reading

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Starting a Business? Don’t Wait For it to Begin!

So you read about revisiting your childhood and also creating the creativity board… 3. The List of People. Right. Make a list of people who are where you want to be. Study those people who have been successful in the … Continue reading

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Starting a Business? But Are You Passionate Enough??

Here are 5 exercises that will help you uncover the passion for your business idea. A great man once said, “Man is only great when he acts from passion.” Now, for today’s aspiring entrepreneur (you, right?), exploring ways of creativity … Continue reading

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