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Recently, Team Women’s Web had the opportunity to interview these amazing women on running a small business. They shared their success mantras for beginners who are grappling with the hurdles.
If you are tangled up with the many troubles that come with running a small business, here we feature six inspiring women sharing their experiences and tips on running a small business with us in this video.
Rachel Gojer, an Executive & Business Coach believes that the vital factor behind success in business is time management, that you have to take out time to think and plan besides your regular business chores.
A writer, editor, and author, Inderpreet Kaur Uppal shares the importance of staying in touch with people who are interested in your work, and that you have to step out of your comfort zone to achieve something.
Priya Sachdev, the Sales Director of Miller Heiman Group emphasises the need to work on the most critical things to do to get results rather than focussing on several issues and also to hold on to the conviction of your story behind your venture.
Vandana Suri, the Founder of Taxshe believes in the power of listening, and she insists on the need for entrepreneurs to listen what their clients and team are talking about. Talking about your idea in every possible platform will definitely help you to grow your business, Sudha Menon, the author of Leading Ladies and writing coach, tremendously emphasizes this fact.
In the journey to make your business large, access to big capital is one of the important challenges for a women in small business which has to be overcome, says Malini Gowrishankar, Founder & CEO of F5 Escapes.
Watch and enjoy!
If you are an entrepreneur, you have to withstand a lot of certain and uncertain challenges in your way. From raising capital for your venture to finding a place to set up your office, there are several problems weighing on you. The stories of these successful women reinforce my belief that women can achieve anything if they set their hearts to it.
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