Entrepreneurship Without Knowledge Is Akin To One Sliding Down The Slope Naked

By Steve Biko / Published September 20, 2022 | 9:57 pm




KEY POINTS

Managing a business is no mean feat. Entrepreneurship is not for everyone. It’s a calling. It’s a spiritual calling that demands the call to better the societies that they live in


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KEY TAKEAWAYS


Entrepreneurship is a journey through hell on your way to heaven. It demands that the called live today in self-sacrifice and dedicated discipline so that they can live a life of bliss tomorrow.


Knowledge is better than wealth, you have to look after wealth, but knowledge looks after you. This is very important to understand, not just cramming it because it sounds interesting.

Managing a business is no mean feat. Entrepreneurship is not for everyone. It’s a calling. It’s a spiritual calling that demands the call to better the societies that they live in. It demands the call to ensure that they look beyond just creating profits and amazing products but changing the world around them for the betterment of generations to come. It demands the call to seek and embrace knowledge first and foremost so that wealth can be grown from the knowledge therein.

Entrepreneurship is a journey through hell on your way to heaven. It demands that the called live today in self-sacrifice and dedicated discipline so that they can live a life of bliss tomorrow.

Why am I rambling on about here, you may ask? Simple; an entrepreneur needs the knowledge to ensure that they manage their employees and clients in a manner that ensures growth of the business, retention of the employees, and multiplication of the clients. This is no mean feat and those entrepreneurs that have pulled it off, deserve the Noble Prize. This is a slippery slope that only knowledge can guide one through.

An entrepreneur needs to have intrinsic knowledge that;-

  1. Clients do not care about your challenges. All they care about is having you delivered and kept your promise as agreed on the contract.
  2. Employees are the assets that drive the business and they have very fragile egos that must be nurtured to grow loyalty and purpose.
  3. Clients have other options, besides your business. You are not a monopoly, and neither are you alone in your field hence delivery of your agreement is key to retaining them.
  4. Employees are looking for a place they can call home and grow and feel appreciated and valued. The absence of this will see you, hemorrhage employees.
  5. Any business dealing, any conflict or issue at the workplace MUST be handled without emotion to achieve the best possible solutions. Emotions create a toxic environment making it very difficult to reach solutions.

The above FIVE are the guiding principles in ensuring that as an entrepreneur, you manage your business better for growth.

Write to me at; biko@sokodirectory.com or WhatsApp me at; +254 710 36 0078 or leave a comment on this article and I will comment back.

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