Have you ever felt like someone close to you sometimes know you better than you know yourself? Well in this post I’m going to show you how to use that as leverage to up your game as an entrepreneur.
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If you want to be successful as an entrepreneur you need to become the best at knowing yourself. Success in any business requires having the best people to fill the rolls or do the jobs that need to be done.
So if you don’t know who you are, then how are you going to be able to pick the best people to work with? Well, you probably won’t. To do that correctly the first thing you need to do is find out what you’re good at? I’ll give you a couple ways you can do it.
You can ask other people what they think your best suited for. Ask questions like, what’s your strengths, what’s your weaknesses, and what type of things you help them with the most by being in their life. It’s best to ask people like, family members, coworkers or even friends.
But their’s only one rule. You have to treated like Business research. So if someone say something that you don’t agree with or you don’t look at as a good thing remember, it’s just for research so you can use it to better your future. So please don’t hold any grudges. Especially if you want them to be honest with you.
Another way you can do it is, try to remember what you were in naturally good at as a kid. What are all the activities that you got the most excited about when you were young? Then take the time to revisit those memories.
That’s where you will discover where your strengths are and we’re a lot of your fears and weaknesses come from. Once you do that you can build yourself further up as an entrepreneur.
I hope this insight helps you to achieve more as a entrepreneur because self awareness is one of the best gifts we can give to our self. Wishing you all the best. Your friend, The Frivilo Entrepreneur