Being a woman entrepreneur is strenuous; you will not only be presented with enormous hardships but will face the pressure of self-doubt from time to time. Entrepreneurship comes with a host of challenges; consequently rewarding, but harsh nonetheless. The propensity to peer through the adverse can prepare one to be better prepared for the difficulties ahead.  Over the time, I have gained experience from the various facets of life that have taught me a lot, basis which I am sharing with you, my acquired wisdom.

Here are the best 5 pieces of advice I wish someone would have told me before I started my business-


    You are going to start your journey from scratch; would have to put in hours before you would actually start making some real money. You will toil a lot to build yourself up and your business but on your way don’t overlook the people who held your hand right through it all. Learn to create a balance and don’t neglect the things that really matter.


     You have got a great idea for the business, undertook the necessary brainstorming you had to, invested all your money, but are clueless, what is next? Think about the next move before every decision, before you go any further because that would form the basis of what your business becomes in the future. It is better to be one step ahead in the race than to be trapped in a debt you possibly couldn’t have anticipated.


    People often enter the line assuming that things will magically work out for them. You will have to put in a lot of hard and smart work and perseverance before things start falling in place. It’s going to be like walking a tightrope, it will get a lot tougher as you proceed towards the centre.


    Investing most of your time in planning is the key to a successful venture. One must spend the maximum time in detailing and laying out the blueprint for the successful implementation. Who you choose as a business partner, how you structure your partnership, type of business you start, etc are all pertinent decisions that you should take with utmost due diligence. It’s important that you set your mind in the right direction before you take any decision.


    Even if you fail at being a successful entrepreneur, when things go entirely wrong for some time, you would have gained insights from this entire experience. Adversities teach you a lot and help you to discover unique character traits that you never knew about. So always maintain high rectitude and a positive attitude towards everything that is in the offering.

Keep these things in mind before you start your journey of entrepreneurship and you will be good to go and don’t forget that it’s always going to work out in the end.


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