Entrepreneurship is the act of creating a business or business while building and scaling it to generate a profit. The more modern entrepreneurship definition is also about transforming the world by solving big problems

Being an entrepreneur is all about solving problems and filling a gap in the market that is missing in the hope of making a profit. No one starts a business in the hope of failing.

Here are 5 habits that entrepreneurs should never adapt.

Going to work LATE

Going to work late is just a lack of discipline, yes you own the company and all but showing up early or on time to work shows character and responsibility. Clients want to work with people they can trust and will show up no matter whether they own the business or not and another thing is that the level of respect from the employees is high because you lead by example.

Stop Procrastinating

Procrastination is one of the number one killers of dreams. If you want to kill your business start to procrastinate. Set up achievable daily work goals and achieve them.

Staying Dehydrated

Your health is an investment and not an expense. If you don’t invest in your health, you will always be sick and be always excused. Your clients will move on to your competitors because you are always excused. It all starts with drinking enough water because it leads to a healthy lifestyle.

Always Demotivated

This one can put you out of business very fast. Find or know your why. Always ask yourself “Why did I start this business” or “how do I get to where I want to be”. There are a lot of up and downs in a business timeline but knowing your why can get you motivated and get you far.

Never lose heart

There are times where your business might not be doing well or should the way you wanted things to go but you should not lose heart it’s just a phase.

“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”

Winston Churchill

Comment #entrepernuerslife below if you are an entrepreneur.

Until our next blog post.

Best wishes, Pam

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