The success mantra
One easy way to become a successful woman entrepreneur is to eliminate the constant need to compete with men In todays time, the gender differences in the workspace are fast obliterating Pushing the fact forward that if you are good at what you do, there is no stopping you
One easy way to become a successful woman entrepreneur is to eliminate the constant need to compete with men. In today’s time, the gender differences in the workspace are fast obliterating. Pushing the fact forward that if you are good at what you do, there is no stopping you.
Generally, women have a higher emotional quotient than men, and that should be used as an advantage in going forward. Have a kind and gentle attitude towards everybody, be it your clients or the people who work for you. Listening and understanding are key skills in owning a business and catering to your client’s whatever service or product. Contrary to the popular belief, these things do not make you look weak but will make you an affectionate leader that people like working with.
In stressful situations, you have to be calm. Sometimes, things are bound to go wrong, and issues will occur but losing your cool just won’t help. Being decisive is extremely important in such situations. One cannot have a wavering mind if they wish to run a successful company.
Being honest and transparent with the clients/customers is very important not only for the company but also for your personal peace of mind. The way you deal with people represents your ethics.
Lastly, for any entrepreneur, time is truly your money. As a business owner, you have to manage your time to the T. Wasting time and procrastination is not an option. Being an entrepreneur needs hands on deck- 24 hours a day seven days a week. A person needs to be on top of all the processes and ongoing at the company. It never hurts to learn. Don’t be scared to ask for help. Along with that being creative is so important to constantly evolve and not let your mind and your company’s growth get stagnant.
Megha Asher - The writer is a founder of ‘juicy chemistry’