“Koi dhanda chota nahi hota aur dhande se bada koi dharam nahi hota.”

-Shahrukh Khan

Nearly every thriving entrepreneur has radiated these two qualities: zeal for their business and a dogged tenacity to win. Zeal is a joyful and enthusiastic pursuit of some outcome or activity. It’s a fire that drives the venture. It attracts members to the team, entices customers to buy, helps secure funding, and allows the startup to compete with the giants. Successful entrepreneurs also possess a teeth-gritting tenacity that won’t quit. They find ways to get over mountains, across valleys, and around roadblocks. They simply don’t take “no” for an answer. Rather than bail out when the slope gets slippery, they do whatever it takes to make their business work. This often involves putting in long hours, making personal sacrifices, changing directions, and keeping costs down. This galvanized stance is vital to conquering the rocky road of new venturing. “You should always be your own boss” attitude and resolute nature to create something new makes them different from old age tycoons and oligams. In this blog, We’ll be covering all about starting off with a plan to expanding the business. Afterall, Every fortune 500 company was once a startup !!