By Nsunjo Erica
Entrepreneurship is like a race, the rate at which you start off determines your continuity, your success, and your failure. Your starting point is the foundation, you need to strengthen it because it has a great impact on your journey.
As an entrepreneur, you should know that speed doesn’t guarantee success however, slow motion doesn’t earn you either, the rate at which you start off does, therefore find a balance, and develop a plan to start off with.
An entrepreneurial journey is like a house when it’s built, the strength of its foundation is key. This is the anchor that supports the entire structure, preventing it from blowing away and holding it strong and steady despite potentially changing climatic conditions.
Dear entrepreneur, your foundation, call it a strong business plan should be one that won’t let you get fade up and tired on the way, make sure that your plan doesn’t let you lag behind either, develop a Strong start off-plan.
One of the most exciting aspects of a good business plan is that it envisions future growth, do not think of embarking on an entrepreneurial journey minus a Strong plan, this is your essential first layer, therefore strengthen it.
A strong business plan, which is your foundation helps you create a strong description of your venture so that you can intelligently explain it to others, including investors. A determined entrepreneur wouldn’t start a business minus an insight on where and how it is to run.
When you start off with a strong foundation which must be a strong business plan, your targeted audience shall be defined throughout. Avoid starting a business minus knowing who is interested in what your business has to offer.
Dear entrepreneur, by a strong foundation, I mean sit down and draft a business plan that ensures your full awareness of potential competitors and the competitive landscape. Do not be blindfolded and yarn to quit amidst.
Whatever your intentions are for starting your business, laying a solid foundation for it will provide you with a road map to follow as you build your success. Stop this “have an idea, start a business, get customers, and quickly succeed” it never lasts.
Dear entrepreneur, wanting a business is possible, wanting to succeed is okay, wanting the luxurious infrastructure in place is very cool, but minding about strong foundations is important, please do.