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Five Power Secrets for Entrepreneurial Success

 

 

Entrepreneurial success starts off with defining your mission and purpose for your business.

Entrepreneurial success starts off with defining your mission and purpose for your business.

Entrepreneurial success starts off with defining your mission and purpose for your business. Your inspiring vision acts as a springboard for your future business successes and makes you unique. Use your high expectations to tap into your creative side to fulfill your vision for your business.

“It’s not about ideas.  It’s about making ideas happen.” – Scott Belsky

 The Power Secrets for Your Entrepreneurial Success are:

  • The Power of Customer Service
  • The Power of Focus
  • The Power of Branding
  • The Power of Internet Marketing
  • The Power of Excellence

 The Power of Customer Service

  • Be accessible to existing and new clients. Make it easy to do business with you.
  • Provide impeccable customer service. This will build your rock-solid business reputation.

 

The Power of Focus

  • Concentrate on your strengths and expertise, then you will grow your business and have more success.
  • Get and stay organized by establishing a daily routine of business activities and list them on your calendar.

 

The Power of Branding

  • Define your business to your audience by branding your business.

 

The Power of Internet Marketing

  • Remember it’s all about the customer, so be focused on your customer’s needs.
  • Become a self-promoter with helpful articles from businesses you want to promote. This is a marketing tool that is most underutilized.

 

The Power of Excellence

  • Remember your brand and your expertise will help you stand out from the business crowd.
  • Sharpen your skills to be the best that you can be and your potential clients will seek you out.

 

Resources:

Entrepreneur Success Stories

http://www.entrepreneur.com/topic/success-stories

http://www.entrepreneur.com/node/successstories/134-3

 

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Is Your Leadership Accountable?

 

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Leadership is finding ways to motivate your company and team members by focusing on practical skill-building technique in the areas of leadership, strategy, career development, communications, and customer service.

Accountability is an obligation of an individual or organization to account for its activities, accept responsibility for them and to disclose the results in a transparent manner.

Team members are quick to see this behavior when it occurs and trust can be quickly lost.  The main focus of this blog is on leadership qualities within a business and using social media is useful and beneficial in many ways.

Is your leadership accountable and unaccountable ?

Accountable Leaders are:

  • Clear in their business language
  • Responsible
  • Committed
  • Persistent
  • Ethical
  • Good at keeping promises
  • Accept criticism willingly
  • Good at thinking about decision consequences
  • Respectful of others
  • Courageous

Unaccountable Leaders are:

  • Often confusing in their language
  • More self-centered
  • Likely to blame others for problems
  • Impulsive
  • Very sensitive to criticism
  • Often risk averse
  • Ride “roughshod” over others
  • Very vague or even weak at times

Are your company leaders accountable or unaccountable?

  1. Does your leader listen to concerns from your team?
  • The main focus is on providing articles which help leaders with coaching advice to draw on additional skills and methods to be more effective.
  1. Is your leader open to discussing department and company goals?
  • Teams come together as an effective unit much more quickly when they have a challenging and meaningful goal that they are committed to achieving.
  1. Is your leader consistent with his or her values?
  • Provide an approach to offering ideas and coaching/ communication to leaders at all levels.
  1. Does your leader take personal responsibility with department and company issues?
  • The main focus is to provide ideas, thoughts and suggested action steps.
  1. Does your leader hold others accountable for department and company issues?
  • An obligation of an individual or organization to account for its activities, accept responsibility for them, and to disclose the results in a transparent manner. 

Resources:

Leadership Accountability

http://blog.readytomanage.com/leadership-accountability

The Empowerment Pocketbook

http://store.readytomanage.com/store/p/228-The-Empowerment-Pocketbook-PDF-Downloadable-.aspx

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