what are the things need follow as an entrepreneur?

May 2, 2018 3:55AM PDT

How to start a startup

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Re: start a company
May 2, 2018 4:13AM PDT

The US government on tells how to do it in the USA. If you happen to live in another country (this is an international forum) a lot of things will be different.

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Few Rules Need To Follow
May 3, 2018 2:53AM PDT
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After starting up
May 11, 2018 3:01AM PDT

The question sounds as if you already started and want to know what to look out for on a daily basis.
I‘d recommend in order of importance:
1. Sales (not revenue) and Cash
2. „Goal achievement quota“
3. Strategy and future related ideas

The first point takes care of our survival. You always need to watch out that enough customers are coming and that your cash is not wasted. Personally I‘ve seen a lot of businesses having „alright“ success in the books but not being able to properly manage the cash. I almost failed myself because of that.

Second point is your current („pet&ldquoWink project. There is always a semi-long-term project or idea at hand that you need to focus on. So focus! See it through and measure yourself at least weekly against it. In my experience you won‘t progress, if you don‘t do it. What gets measured, gets done!

Strategy and future ideas I took because this is the easiest bit to lose sight of. Everyday business always comes in and messes up your calendar anyway. You don‘t needto focus on that. It‘s automatically there. However, strategic planning exercises, thought experiments and thelike secure the future survivalof your company. If you don‘t focus on the bigger picture regularly, you are doomed. It saved my company from going into the wrong direction twice already.

Hope this washelpful. Ask anything you like, I‘m always blunt and honest Wink

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May 25, 2018 5:52AM PDT

This era of transparency we're in is amazing.

With that being said, I follow a few business moguls on YouTube like Grant Cardone, Daymond Dash, Gary V, Tai Lopez, etc.

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