"Failure is not the End"
by Dr. J.P. Chisholm
successful entrepreneur won't view failing as the end of a story, but
as an opportunity to grow, develop, rebuild, and sharpen their
skills. Therefore, our focus here is to share five (5) rebuilding
tips to help you to bounce-back from failure and become a successful
entrepreneur. that found the road to their
success in failure. Read full article.
1. Failure is not the end!
effective entrepreneur won’t ever view failure as the end, but as an
opportunity to learn, grow, mature, and sharpen their skills.
They use their failures and setbacks as an opportunity to enhance their
business skills and practices.
2. Stick to the plan but be flexible.
entrepreneurs will also stick to their business plan but will make
adjustments or shifts in it due to company growth or unexpected
3. Being willing to learn.
entrepreneurs are always willing to learn new information in order to
be the best. Sometimes this involves taking a class, learning new
software, or buying a book. Effective entrepreneurs do not run
from learning but embrace it. They realize that if they allow
themselves to fall behind in what is current, they will be left behind
in the marketplace.
4. Focus on what you know, not what you don’t know.
entrepreneurs won’t go around broadcasting their Achilles heel
(weakness), but they will cleverly focus on the techniques that they
know and/or familiar with to achieve their goal. As for their
weakness, they will also build a team that embraces it as its
5. Don’t try to please everyone.
entrepreneurs realize that they are different and that the people
around them might not have the same aspirations nor understand their
decisions. In spite of this, effective entrepreneurs remain
confident, they never belittle their ideas to fit in, and realize they
will never be accepted by everyone.
final note: All entrepreneur will fail at times. But, only
a successfully entrepreneurs can bounce-back from failure. I hope
these tips will help propel you into becoming a successful
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