There are diverse ways one can succeed in business, but as we commence this week, I feel led to share what has worked for me over the years and what has brought me to this height in my business.



Ways to succeed in Business
(1)Consistency: This is what has kept everyone going in business. Research has it that “Consistency is the bedrock of any successful business, No matter what you face in the business line. Keep at it.
“Whenever you feel too stressed, tired of the business cause it’s not working as planned and you begin to consider quitting or you want to quit, Just remember the reason why you started and keep on grinding, some day it will surely pay off”

(2)Mentor Factor: You need to learn how to subject yourself to be taught and thorough scrutiny by a person, who has gone ahead of you in that line of business so you can also go far,
You can’t go far alone and even if you feel you are very good with the business already,
Be willing and ready to always learn,don’t feel you know it all, Cause learning is a constant thing, You can never outgrow the stage of learning or being taught except you are a proud person and you do not want to go far in life.


Ways you can fail in Business
(1)Arrival Mentality: No matter the level, peak or height of business attainment you get to in life, don’t let your achievement get to you, nor peoples commendation and applause especially for the young ones.
Example of such commendation include:”You’ve done well”
“You’ve outshined your peers and equals” and then you start relaxing and quit striving for more attainment cause of this appraisals and you even become lackadaisical about your business,
The business would crash in your very eyes, if you don’t watch this.

(2)Competition: When you feel you are in competition with a fellow business partner that sells same goods as you, once he switches pattern you switch too, whatsoever he or she does you’ll do too.
This way you won’t grow at all, Cause all you are supposed to know is that everyone has an area which he or she is good at and most importantly what works for one might not work for the other.