I Want To Be Boss

  • Published on
    15-Apr-2017

  • View
    64

  • Download
    0

Embed Size (px)

Transcript

<ul><li><p>Lifestyle Entrepreneur </p><p>http://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneur</p></li><li><p> Introduction slide 3 - </p><p> Be Accountable slide 4 - </p><p> The Right Business slide 5 - </p><p> Right For Me - slide 6 - </p><p> Success Blueprint slide 7 - </p><p> Brand, Audience, Money - slide 8 - </p><p> Finance and capital slide 9 - </p><p> Create Network - slide 10 - </p><p> Create Value - slide 11 - </p><p> Reach Out - slide 12 - </p><p>Lifestyle Entrepreneur </p><p>http://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneur</p></li><li><p>So you want be the "big dog" the one "calling the shots", you want your own business but not sure where or how to begin, </p><p> Dont worry, youre not alone! Fact is, </p><p>Since the advent of the digital economy, more people in employment or looking to get in, have found that their dream job well, doesn't completely exist a few many variables, on the other hand exist; others have concluded that they would </p><p>rather create a lifestyle business/work they love, in-line with their own life goals. </p><p>No matter what the motivation is to be your own boss, you can start today. </p><p>Lifestyle Entrepreneur </p><p>http://davidsambo.com/from-the-9to5-to-an-entrepreneurhttp://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneur</p></li><li><p>Take a moment, look at the past and the present. </p><p>If your disappointed with your current circumstances ? </p><p>Admit that no one can solve them, except you! </p><p>We all make mistakes in lifes-journey and if youre a decision-maker in your field of expertises or business, your very familiar with the outcomes of </p><p>-bad decisions or choices - choosing a new business strategy or new employee; </p><p>its no good to blame the economy, your boss or business partner, your </p><p>spouse or your family. Change can only occur when you take a resolute decision, to be accountable, be honest with yourself and move forward. </p><p>Lifestyle Entrepreneur </p><p>http://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneur</p></li><li><p>If youre evaluating your business or idea and wish to engage a friend or </p><p>partner about it, explore it! </p><p>Be open minded and expect a degree of critique. </p><p>Be willing to look at different facets of yourself (your personality, social styles, age) and trust your sixth-sense. </p><p>We tend to ignore intuition even though deep down we often know the truth. </p><p>Ask yourself Why does visions/thoughts of my idea or business run like clock-work </p><p>Lifestyle Entrepreneur </p><p>http://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneur</p></li><li><p>The areas to this entrepreneurship journey: Do What You Know: Look at work you have done for others in the past </p><p>and think about how you could package those skills and offer them as your own services or products. For instance while I was out of contract with a previous employer for some weeks, I decided to work with a charity organisation and built a client-server infrastructure (IT from scratch) in conjunction with building their website (web-presence) and designed flyers and developed animations for the kids (computer graphics). </p><p> Do What Others Do: Learn about other businesses of interest near you. </p><p>Once you have identified a business you like, emulate it! If your expertise is a life-guard, look for business with the mindset to emulate what they do, to educate and to save lives. </p><p> Be a Problem Solver: Is there a gap in the market? This is almost a follow </p><p>up from above. Is there a service or product you would like to bring to your market? Become a learned student of your skill/market, particular gap and use the knowledge and wisdom to apply it, as always, speaking to leaders within your market is not going to taking anything away from you. </p><p>Lifestyle Entrepreneur </p><p>http://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneur</p></li><li><p>A true axiom.. </p><p>Wisdom is in the heart of him that has understanding, </p><p>here lies a principle most successful entrepreneurs and business professionals implicitly or explicitly follow. </p><p>You understand your idea and how the business works, just like you most people out there do too, but what makes you a stand-out success is the application of wisdom the mechanics of your understanding, most people dont plan (Blueprint for success), but you will, this business plan helps you gain clarity, focus and confidence. </p><p>Your plan does not need to be complex, the more complex it is, the less you understand and you may overwhelm yourself and potential investors. </p><p>As you write down your goals, strategies and action steps, your business becomes real. </p><p>Think about: What is the purpose of this blueprint ? What am I creating/developing and why? What pledges are to my customers/clients and to myself? What are my objectives, strategies and action plans (steps) to achieve my goals? Who am I serving? </p><p>Lifestyle Entrepreneur </p><p>http://davidsambo.com/the-business-to-the-brave/http://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneur</p></li><li><p>How much your willing to invest in your business is almost proportional to how much people love your service or product. </p><p>Consider brands like Coca Cola, Mercedes Benz or Rolex, people will spend that extra dollars on these brands because the quality, time, money and detail placed to develop these brands speaks for its self. A customer decision to buy any of these products over others is will have the above core-values in mind. </p><p>So ask yourself this question: If I invest in my business, 1 hour each day/night, how long will it take to </p><p>see the end-product or the service value ? If I invest $500 to my business, will the value of the product or service </p><p>match the price or $500 input ? </p><p>You know the answers, typically: (1) may take months if, not years to deliver, and (2) It depends on the product or service, and your competitors value, so if it was competing with, Rolex, you may consider another target market within your reach. </p><p>The above questions are not exhaustive. Be creative, authenticate your market, i.e. Know who will buy into your product or service other than, you, family and friends? What is the size of your target market? Is your product or service relevant to their everyday life? Why do they need it? </p><p>Lifestyle Entrepreneur </p><p>http://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneur</p></li><li><p>Were all are eager to get going, and believe we can spend big. But having a detailed understanding of your personal finances, and tracking it, is a crucial step before seeking funding for your business. </p><p>Setting up your personal accounts in a money management system such or with your Bank manager or accountant is recommended. As you are creating your business plan, you will need to consider what type of business you are building, a lifestyle business, a franchise, or a high-tech business. </p><p>Whichever the venture, you will need a different amount of money to launch and grow your business, always good to know what type of money, the interest, when you start to payback and how long for. </p><p>P.S. Register now for the next complimentary Webcast and get to meet Internet Millionaire Stuart Ross at his home office in Miami Register Here! </p><p>Lifestyle Entrepreneur </p><p>http://davidsambo.com/webinarhttp://davidsambo.com/webinarhttp://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneur</p></li><li><p>You've established that youre keen to make your business work. Look for networks of like-minded individuals, supporters, partners, allies and vendors. </p><p>Network locally, nationally &amp; globally, use forums and social networks. You must not do it alone, you will need someone to help push you when the momentum gets a go-slow. Go to business conventions and momentums, webinars, Entrepreneur.com etc. </p><p>Some networking essentials: </p><p> Ask others what they do and think about how you can help them (keep in mind they are also looking for the same things as you are) </p><p> Be open minded and objective, give freely and a generous professional, help others and consult without charging them, you can expect the same from them in return. </p><p>Lifestyle Entrepreneur </p><p>http://davidsambo.com/from-the-9to5-to-an-entrepreneurhttp://davidsambo.com/webinarhttps://www.entrepreneur.com/http://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneur</p></li><li><p>It is estimated, over 500 products in 4 hours are being advertised to us a day, this can be overwhelming so, people dont want to be sold and people are not unintelligent, they are just like you and I. </p><p>Focus on serving others. Its difficult for many sales professionals but the truth is, if I want your product I want to know it will be good for me, and I will want to try it out for a reasonable price (or for nothing), this is a hard-sell, so meet your audience at a point of mutual agreement, confident of the value of your product/service. The more people you serve, the more money you will make. </p><p>Lifestyle Entrepreneur </p><p>http://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneur</p></li><li><p>Technologies such as YouTube and Facebook has made it easy to get ahead, say who you are and what you do with conviction, our team helps your and many like yourselves reach out to their target market using proprietary tools and platforms used by proven entrepreneurs' that I have tried, tested and approve of. </p><p>I encourage you to start today, you can reach out and connect with many other entrepreneurs in your business or expertise such as, Lifestyle Entrepreneur and by also using the steps and business platform provided, your business goal and feasibility is made much easier to accomplish. </p><p>Start your business or grow it and engage your market in ways that you would not have thought possible. </p><p>You may be surprised by the invaluable contacts, platform and support avenues and tools right at your fingertips, start today: Be The Boss </p><p>Lifestyle Entrepreneur </p><p>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTDb5UsdRw0http://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneurhttp://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneurhttp://davidsambo.com/yourbusinessonlinehttp://davidsambo.com/lifestyleentrepreneur</p></li></ul>