Monday, November 12, 2012

5 Habits of Successful Women Entrepreneurs

Think about something it took you a really long time to learn, like how to drive a car. At the beginning driving a car was difficult and you had to devote a lot of mental energy to it.
After some time of practice, you get more and more comfortable with driving the car. It got easier and easier from time to time, until at some point- you even stopped thinking about it.
Habits like exercising and brushing your teeth are activities you do over and over again until they become automatic.
There are habits successful women entrepreneurs share in common. Here are some:
Vision
Vision means to know where you want to be in the future. Do you have a clear picture of what your business will look like? An idea of the contribution you will bring to the world? The people's life that will change thanks to your service or product? How will your day look like?
Passion
Women entrepreneurs are very passionate about their business. That what makes them feel like they play. What are you passionate about? What do you have a special interest in?
Self talk
Well, can you imagine Bill Gates talking to himself saying "No, I am not that good, I wish I could do this but I can't"
Entrepreneurs talk themselves in a positive way. They don't talk to themselves in a "I can't do it" way. They always think "how can I make this happen"
Belief
That's a big one. The very first to be successful entrepreneur is to believe in yourself.
If you believe in yourself that's great and I am extremely happy about this, but if you are a bit challenged about this, you can think about someone who believes in you- a friend, a neighbor or anyone else and start to look at yourself the way they do. It's an amazing way to increase your belief.
Learn from others
Successful women entrepreneurs became such because they learned and still learn from people that are more successful then them.
Let's face it, you don't have enough time to learn how to do things right. Many times it's much easier and much smarter to use a coach, someone who has been there and can tell you "don't go there, there are some major rocks over there and it's dangerous, go to the right- it's much better, and there is great grass.
Learning from successful people (more than you) can save you tons of time and energy.
Adi Nezer is the founder of womenentrepreneurship.net
supportive growing community for women entrepreneurs

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