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Entrepreneurship Is No Less Than An Adventurous Battleship!

Entrepreneurship Is No Less Than An Adventurous Battleship!


The French term, Entrepreneurship (äntrəprəˈnərSHip) might sound longish but has a deep meaning: taking some kind of ownership of a project or control of the wholesome business.

One quote goes like this, “Small businesses are the foundation stone for any big business dreamers.” So, let’s begin with knowing some zaroori baatein about Entrepreneurship:

  1. Kaushalta-Purvak Entrepreneurship
  • In entrepreneurship, proper planning is the first step. One needs to work on strategies and basic layouts of the business. 
  • Clear your vision and target audience. Keep the following adjectives in your mind, for FOREVER!
  1. Flexible
  2. Work ethics
  3. 3 P’s: Passionate, Perseverance, Persistence
  4. Transparent
  5. Responsive 
  6. Practice motivation
  7. Become a leader but not a dictator

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  1. Legal and Financial Aids in Entrepreneurship

“Money is like gasoline during a road trip. You don’t want to run out of gas on your trip, but you’re not doing a tour of gas stations.”

 – Tim O’Reilly, founder, and CEO of O’Reilly Media

  • Ensure the legal structures and laws before starting your journey of entrepreneurship.
  • Keep a back-up of funds before investing funds.
  • Learn the financial terms and conditions that are important.
  • Take care of the starting capital.
  • Learn about some banking laws and rules before registering your label.
  • Take a regular eye on marketing trends.

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  1. Crash Course for Pursuing Entrepreneurship
  • Women Entrepreneurship Platform by NITI Ayog
  • IIM, Bangalore (Naam toh sunna he hoga!)
  • University of Delhi, Delhi
  • Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship, Management and Technology, Mumbai
Entrepreneurs learning
  1. Entrepreneurship Ke Ultimate Hathiyaar

“Maar de hathora, loha garam hai!”

  • Google Docs for sharing multiple files online
  • Dropbox for storing your data
  • WordPress for creating a website
  • Workout Apps on your phone
  • Canva for graphic designing
  • 99 Designs for uniques logos designs
  • Newsletter
Entrepreneurs tool
  1. Kuch Jude-Huye Risk Factors:
  • Paisa doobne ka risk toh hota hi hai yaar.
  • Aap apne dimaag ka santulan kho sakte hai. Toh mentally prepared rehna and pre-plan karna avashyak hai.
  • At times, entrepreneurs have to suffer the harsh possibility of cutting-off with friends and family.
  • You can remain unplugged from your social life for quite a long time (or maybe life, if it becomes a habit).
Entrepreneurship risk taker

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  1. Is Entrepreneurship risk-free? 

“NOOOOOOOOOOOO!” Entrepreneurship peeps face many challenges.

  • Risks of getting hit by multiple competitions, environmental issues, financial losses, political issues and what not! 
  • Many unknown risks come while in “suffer” that needs to be rectified on a fast-track basis.

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  1. Ask for the Feedback
  • “If you accept the criticism, the winning ball is in your court.”
  • Never take criticism as criticism, but as a means to improvise and grow. You can start taking feedback from your friends and families. Remember that, “Galtiyon se seekhna samajhdaaro ka kaam hai.”

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  1. Movies To Watch For Understanding Entrepreneurship:
  • Pitchers- A must-watch film (9.1 ratings on IMDB) that shows how four entrepreneurs quit their jobs to start the journey of Entrepreneurship.
  • The Social Network- The youngest billionaire Mark Zuckerberg story on how he turned his business idea into social global networking.
  • Guru- A real-story based on the biggest tycoon Dhirubhai Ambani from the streets to the top-notch entrepreneur.
The Social Network movie

9. Must-Read Books For Understanding Entrepreneurship:

  • How I Braved Anu Aunty & Co-Founder of a Million by Varun Agarwal: The book will give you glimpses of real-time events to achieve your career goals.
  • b. You Can Win by Shiv Khera: This one is usually recommended as it precisely clears all your doubts, providing you with logical wisdom, in-tune with modern-day thinking and methods of business.
Entrepreneurship books

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“Success kya hai? Failure ka agla chapter.” 

Array bilkul ji! It is okay to fail, initially. But, do not make it a habit. Instead, look back and work on the mantras of entrepreneurship.

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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