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Entrepreneurs’ Talk (E-Talk) program was deliciously concluded and a mass of entrepreneur’s were looking for some advices, principles, inspirations, networking from this event. As expected, this event was really fruitful for all the peoples who attended there.

Here are some of the tips you should learn from our successful serial entrepreneur Er. Gyanendra Pradhan

  1. Take challenge take risk
    To grow a successful business, take some risk take some challenges to move forward. Most people are afraid to take loans and invest on their own which is absolutely not true. You should take loan, pay 10% of interest and invest on your own. If you don’t take risk, there’s no competition for you to succeed in business.
  2. Saving is a concept which can be learnt and cannot be saved
    Earning a lot of money, saving money and spending a lot is just a concept to live a life in wonderful way but yet money cannot buy you anything. So start investing in yourself.

  3. Set goal, target, direction and learn from mistakes
    Set a goal that can lead you to proper directions. Time is constant that teaches you how to learn from mistakes. The best time to do mistakes and learn is when you’re of 20 – 30 years. Once you are of 40 years, your focused should be to set a goal to target your business and lead to proper direction of successful entrepreneur’s journey.
  4. Job doesn’t satisfies you but learn from it
    Doing a small, good, great job doesn’t satisfies you enough to earn a lot. Start doing job at small organisations where people are really smart and capable of breaking things faster. Then shift and start on your own which will satisfy you for the rest of the life.
  5. Calculations and reviews of your work life
    Once all the things are set and in process, take some 15 – 20 minutes each day of week to review about the goal, target, direction, mistakes that are made. Develop a advanced course from that learning curve.
  6. Be different than other
    No need to be smart, clever or anything to be successful but innovation that makes difference where things are done differently can really cheer you up to the successful entrepreneur journey.

Once you grow you have to be spiritual. Life has different colours it is upto you to learn how to manage your life.

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