An entrepreneur is always thinking of ways to accelerate growth. But the reality is, if you want to improve the performance of your venture, then you need to work on the roots that influence your business. Rajiv Talreja, author of the international bestseller ‘Lead or Bleed’ and one of India’s leading business coaches, has been instrumental in helping thousands of entrepreneurs transform their business.
Most ventures struggle because there is only one driving force behind every function. Be it marketing, sales, operations, customer service, accounts, human resources or management, the business owner is leading the way in everything, which is what kills growth.
Talreja came to this conclusion after interviewing 300 CEOs and business leaders from across verticals to find answers to two questions:
1 What is the psychology required to build a successful business?
2 What are the systems required for entrepreneurs to build their business from small to big?
He took his learnings from real life achievers and turned them into simple and practical steps for struggling entrepreneurs. According to Talreja, one must understand the psychology and the systems required and make changes that will transform the fortune of a business.
To produce results in business, says Talreja, one requires focus and consistency. And business owners who have too much on their plate, are usually too busy fire-fighting or tackling one crisis after another.
Talreja says that in any business, if too many activities and initiatives are dependent on the business owner, then most of them won’t be done with consistency. To produce results, says Talreja, one requires focus and consistency. And business owners who have too much on their plate, are usually too busy fire-fighting or tackling crises. In a nutshell, to build a successful business, an entrepreneur has to learn to reduce the dependency on himself.
The Winning Formula: 5 Tips That Chetan Bhagat Has Bookmarked
‘Determination’ Is Key
25 Sep, 2018
We all want to be achievers in life, but do very little to reach our goals.
Banker-turned-author Chetan Bhagat quit his 11-year-old high-paying job to follow his passion for writing. His determination kept pushing him to never give up, he revealed at the Alibaba Foundation’s ‘Xin Philanthropy Conference’ earlier this month. The 44-year-old writer, sharing a few anecdotes from his childhood, recalled the time when money was in short supply.
“My friends from rich families got nicer school-bags and pencil-boxes, and came to school in luxury cars. Being born in a middle-class family, money was always in short supply. Instead of feeling jealous, I decided to achieve all of it myself,” he said.
The ‘2 States’ author also shared a few other tips from his journey:
Talreja has been instrumental in helping several Indian businesses adopt best practices and practical systems. At his Business Breakthrough seminar, he shares the psychology and the focus areas for entrepreneurs to build their business in a manner where it can grow even without them.
The Business Breakthrough seminar is being organised by Success Gyan, as part of the CEO and founder Surendran Jayasekar’s vision to ‘bring the world’s best to India and take India’s best to the world’. So, now you give your business a transformation with the help of Talreja’s Business Breakthrough seminar.
When: January 23
Where: WelcomHotel – ITC Hotel, Richmond Road, Bengaluru, from 7 pm to 9.30 pm
Event registration is free. This offer is valid only today. For details call Jeby on 7299030077 or register on www.successgyan.com/bbsbl
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