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9 Daily Habits of Successful Entrepreneurs

What good habits can you start to succeed  and  yet still have time to enjoy traveling or spending time with family etc.

1.Create a Routine

Design a specific daily routine that enable you to take care of your priorities. Starts from morning routine such as exercise or meditation, reading a book, gardening etc.

2. Daily Workout 

A daily routine for your physical health & spiritual to help you live a more awakened and conscious life with purpose.

3. Plan & Prioritize work for tomorrow today

Start by prioritizing only things that are dealine driven and give equal value and do it accordingly. Part from knowing how to prioritize work by doing the urgent work first, your main aim should be to complete all the things you planned to do on any given day.

4. Focus on the tougher projects 

Focus on the project by eliminating distractions. Visualize your project and what you need to do and starts overall planning. Of course, work your plan by using your ‘today plan’ as your guide. When you find yourself getting distracted go back to your Today Plan. Be strict with yourself about keeping distractions from creeping into your project time.

5. Track your Progress

Use your business plan as your tracking device. Compare your expected results against your actual results. Because your business plan sets forth marketing, operational and financial milestones, you should carefully analyze actual operating results against the goals and objectives established in your plan. Revisit your plan as needed.

6. Enjoy free time 

Live your life to the fullest. That is a real reason we becoming entrepreneur.  Live by your values, and do things in life at your term regardless of what others think. Spend quality & bonding times with your love one and have fun!

7. Team empowerment 

Empowering your team to increase level of  responsibility and authority over the work that they do, giving them the autonomy to plan and manage work, make their own decisions and solve their own problems – responsibilities that are traditionally owned by the team leader.

Develop your team leader, engage your team to be part of the management decision process. Give them permission  to take risks, represent your organization to others, take on responsibility, making decision and many other things. Give them permission to argue and fight for their idea, even when it looks like it’s directly competing with your idea as the leader. Permission to push back. This does wonders.

8. Continue Learning 

“The Best Leaders are Insatiable Learners” – Bill Taylor 

It take a real sense of personal commitment especially after you are at the position of power and responsibility (entrepreneur), to push yourself to grow and challenge conventional wisdom. Keep learning as an organization and as an individual as fast as the world change.

Leader must be able to become a storyteller. In order for us to do that we must willing to learn, grow, improve and change when its needed. We must know that to become more effective, we must continue to improve and speak out the journey to our people.

9. Give back to the Community 

Modern society gives some great rewards to entrepreneurs who find what people need and want, and provide it. This exchange is huge part to the free market philosophy that has led to much prosperity. Of course, all the charitable acts are performed without financial gain expectation. Make a social good as part of company culture. It also can create close bonding within the organisation that involve employees,  enables them to be engaged. Engagement produces the benefits you are seeking, such as a better retention rate etc.

Good Habits, passion, resourcefulness, willingness to improvise and listen to others and strong determination to succeed is what makes an entrepreneur successful. And this is what you have to keep in mind as well if you want to be a successful entrepreneur yourself.

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