Brain

The ABC’s of Business





So you’re sick and tired of working and want to venture forth to the deep and start your own business? Luckily for you this is for you. At most of the time people don’t know where to start their own business. They may be afraid of investing money or worse don’t know where to start the bandwagon.

One of the main reasons why people start their own business is that they want to have freedom from their daily routine. Others want to improve their quality of lives by earning more than what their company is paying them to do. To some they want to be the manager of their business and explore further more opportunities what life has to offer them.

Now taking from the reasons above, starting your own business requires a carefully planned step in order for it to succeed. You must muster the art of strategy before starting your first business. To get started we move into the so called Investigation phase. In this phase you reflect on yourself on what kind of person you are.

The type of person you are reflects on the way what your business will be in the near future. These include Duty fulfillers who have an introverted personality, The Mechanics, introvert guys who are cool onlookers, The Doers, extroverts who love on the spot problem solving and lastly the Executives, people who are in the same extravert group with frank and decisive leaders.

The second part of the investigation phase greatly adapts on what your business options will be. Questions like “Do you like to work with your hands or brain?” or “What interests you?”. These are some questions that greatly affect what your business will become and how you will succeed. This questions guide you if your business will succeed or not and also gives you the whole overview of the problem.

Allow Time For Growth

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There is a concept in coaching called seed planting. It means that it takes time for new ideas and suggestions to be embraced. There are clients that take hold of a new idea and run with it, some take a little more time to allow the idea to grow while others can take years before the idea sprouts. Still some clients will never grasp the idea. It will simply lay dormant. It doesn’t really matter what the client does with the idea. The purpose is to plant the seed and the client can do with it what they will. Sometimes the idea just needs time to germinate.

A counselor once told me that not to make a decision is a decision. She said not to choose was a choice. I thought she was nuts and went on with my life. It was five years later when I was in the middle of a situation where I was avoiding a decision that her words hit me like a ton of bricks. I literally said out loud, “I get it.” It took years for that seed to germinate in my brain until one day it sprouted and grew into a concept I understood. I was finally ready to get it. I wasn’t able to hear it before, but with time, I had evolved enough so the concept made sense. New ideas can take time to get used to. When we first hear the idea we may not be ready for it. That is fine. When you are ready the idea will sprout and grow and be there for you.

The other side of this is not to force your ideas and suggestions onto other people. By all means share them, but leave it at that. Seed planting isn’t an aggressive act; it is gentle and done with love and compassion. All you can do is plant the idea. What happens to it is up to the individual and what they are ready to hear at that very moment. The idea may sprout right away or it may take years. That isn’t your concern. Your job is to plant the seed and move on.

Everyone is at different places in their lives. Sometimes you will understand the new idea right away and perhaps even take action on it in the moment. At other times it will take a while. Don’t beat yourself up when you don’t get something right away. It just means the idea is in germination. When you are ready the idea will sprout and grow and be right there to support you. Until then don’t worry about it and go on with the ideas you are ready for. There will be plenty of idea seeds sprouting at any given time to keep you busy.

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Most people are always striving to better themselves. It’s the “American Way”. For proof, check the sales figures on the number of self-improvement books sold each year.


This is not a pitch for you to jump in and start selling these kinds of books, but it is a indication of people’s awareness that in order to better themselves, they have to continue improving their personal selling abilities.


To excel in any selling situation, you must have confidence, and confidence comes, first and foremost, from knowledge. You have
to know and understand yourself and your goals. You have to recognize and accept your weaknesses as well as your special talents. This requires a kind of personal honesty that not everyone is capable of exercising.

In addition to knowing yourself, you must continue learning about people. Just as with yourself, you must be caring and helpful to others.


You must accept other people as they are, not as you would like for them to be. One of the most common faults of business owners is impatience when the prospective customer is slow to understand or make a decision. The successful business owners handle these situations very differently.

Learning your product, making a clear presentation to qualified prospects, and closing more sales will take a lot less time once you know your own capabilities and failings, and understand and care about the prospects you are calling upon.

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