many people want to know the entrepreneurial skills, in fact, the so-called entrepreneurial skills is not for everyone, it is a different person in the entrepreneurial process slowly accumulated entrepreneurial experience, but also understand some of the basic ideas can really improve enrich your mind.

1, start with

entrepreneurship does not mean that you must quit your current job, you can either. But that doesn’t mean you can think of it as a chicken. Once you begin, you need to be serious. You can start a project you’re passionate about while maintaining your current job. This project can be in various forms: create a podcast, for example. In the process of management in the podcast you can make, some goals for yourself, for example to keep increasing the number of visitors, but also increase the speed to reach a certain level; improve your popularity on the Internet, and then find the way to get profit through this podcast.

when is the best time to start dreaming?. And as I started from today after thinking it over. The Internet and a variety of software provide you with a valuable tool, you can use them to make a product prototype, or to build an international community, and all this does not require you to resign. You can sell prototypes to customers who are most in need of these products. You don’t have to rely on the publisher’s support to publish your own book online.

don’t wait for the right time. As SamuelBeckett famously said, "try. Fail. No problem。 Once more。 In a better way next time." Failure cannot be avoided. You may fail many times. But you should never give up, every failure is actually your every day in the world’s top universities.

2, learn to listen to

anyway, you should make yourself a good listener. When you are talking with others, you need to be serious and have specific questions to ask. Although some of the techniques used to pretend to listen are very practical, such as nodding to the other person, your mind has already drifted a thousand miles away. But listening is a very important skill for entrepreneurs, you need to learn to pay attention to the problems and the needs of all the people around them.

to the other side to ask specific questions, can help you quickly let the other open heart. Remember, if a certain specific problems, try to understand the difference between the following two questions: "how are you doing today?" and "the products you prepared yesterday, received good feedback?" listening ability will bring you many harvest, for example, help you make the right decision in business at the right time.

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