It is not about do you have or not weaknesses. It is more about do you recognize them and what you make to cut their effect on your business success. You can always work on your strengths and eliminate weaknesses through delegating tasks.
Searching in my internal database related to data collected in the last eight years working with different entrepreneurs, from different business and different industry, I’ve noted some positive correlation between the success of the companies these entrepreneurs running and the level of understanding of their own entrepreneurial biggest responsibility.
But, achieving something is not so easy as we can say or write on a piece of paper. It will ask us to do many things. For example, when it comes to daily achievements we can achieve accomplishments related to tasks that we need to do on a specific day.
According to American Community Survey (ACS) data, about 68 percent of mothers with children younger than age six were either working or looking for work.
Recently one entrepreneur, client of mine has asked me one interesting question: how big my dreams need to be? He was concerned because when he dream big in the past, he has not succeeded to translate these big dreams into the reality. In such a way, he was already disappointed because his big dreams don’t give him results he was expected.
For successful entrepreneurial journey, it is not enough to survive. It is not enough to maintain current success.