It’s All About Character…Part 1

When you look at successful entrepreneurs you’ll find that they tend to share certain characteristics that have made them successful.

I’ve identified some important characteristics, 15 in fact,  which I’ll take you through so you can learn about them . These are characteristics that you can easily adopt and, if you adopt them properly, will maximize your chance of achieving massive success. Now, this is the first of 3 separate posts with 5 characteristics. Be sure to read parts 2 and 3.

Let’s learn all about the first 5 shall we?…

Entrepreneurs who get extreme results put extreme focus on their business.

If you want to build a hugely successful business, you’ve got to be willing to make it at least a top-three priority in your life. That means you’ll need to give up some things that take up a lot of time.

 

Whatever market you’re entering, you need to really know the person you’re marketing to. If you don’t, you’re going to have a lot more misses than hits. And that’s no good.

Think like a strategic business owner or entrepreneur and know the answers to the following questions about your target market:

  • What are they really thinking?
  • What are their frustrations?
  • What are their fears?
  • What keeps them up at night?

 

Putting together an offer that cuts through the clutter and appeals so deeply to your core audience is critical to your success.

How can you make your offer so irresistible that customers can’t help but take out their credit card and buy?

 

Most of the world’s very best entrepreneurs obsess over their numbers – and that’s a good thing. If you don’t have someone looking at your numbers, you can get yourself into some serious trouble, especially if your business is in a significant growth period.

“Where performance is measured, performance improves. Where performance is measured and reported, performance improves dramatically.”

A simple way to think about this? “What gets measured gets managed,” says Peter Drucker. If you start measuring something, it will almost always improve because, very simply, you’re now paying attention to it. The power of focus and attention is really incredible.

 

Many entrepreneurs experience some losses in the
early stages of their business – that’s completely
understandable and expected. It’s par for the course. That’s an important lesson because, often, new business leaders and entrepreneurs get so focused on the short term and their need to make money as soon as possible that they lose sight of the long-term picture and give up.

 

These are the first 5 characteristics of successful entrepreneurs. Be sure to read the next 5 in Part 2.

Have a successful day!

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