When it comes to advise young entrepreneurs, the best advise for young entrepreneurs is to wait and build the foundational pieces. You have time more than you can think of. If you ask 40 or 45 years old entrepreneurs, they would be saying that we have less time and we want things to be done as quickly as possible.
If you are 20 or 25, you have much time to make mistakes and learn some great lessons out of it. So try as many things as you can. “Try to fail early in your life”.
Founder of Virgin Group Richard Branson says…
“Young entrepreneurs look at the world with fresh eyes and such lively determination. Some of the modern world’s greatest ideas and innovations came from people like you.”
Here are 5 key points to note as you start your entrepreneurial journey.
You have to be passionate about your goals all the time, never lose your passion. Because when you do, things start changing very rapidly.
This is a key feature in business, if you are honest with your business that means you are honest with yourself and that would drive other people to trust on you.
Do not try to get results before time, don’t do hurry in things. You have to be patient and everything would fall in place in it’s own time.
Always look for like-minded people in your life, ask for guidance and learn from other’s experiences. If you find some good people around you that you think may help in achieving your goals, ask for mentorship or advisory services.
Start from people around you, people you know and people who know you. You can get your early clients right from your contacts, friends and family members. So, be social & always interact with your network.