Source | Entrepreneur : Amrit Mirchandani
Entrepreneurship is driven by well-planned strategies
Entrepreneurs know that to succeed in the current competitive business world, it is important to follow the basics. Hence if you are thinking of getting into entrepreneurship, it is vital that you keep it simple and ride as hard and fast as possible like a horse trying to win a race.
Here are 6 evergreen strategies that drive successful entrepreneurship.
Focus is Key
The mental and physical presence needs to be hardwired. Being focused at all times is the mantra entrepreneurs need to follow.
Hemant Mandaliya, Co-Founder of Indian Food Trail believes that the most critical business strategies are often the simplest.
“Focus is the most valuable startup advice you will ever get. Many a times, we get so overwhelmed by the work ahead of us that we keep procrastinating till kingdom come. We lose our focus as we are always running behind the next shiny object. Focus as if your life depends on it and you will never go wrong,” Mandaliya insisted.
Start Small but Aim Big
You are only as big as your dreams, so don’t be afraid of dreaming. It is with dreams, the world was made. When starting off, always start small. This will eventually help you succeed as you will learn to master the art of learning in every step of the Entrepreneurship journey.
Instead of a big start, focus on a niche and an exciting market. This will align well with your marketing plans.
Hemant Mandaliya, Co-founder of Indian Food Trail built a platform which put a spotlight on the various regional cuisines of India on the global stage. Starting from Mumbai, the platform is now scaling up across the globe with successful home dining events in Singapore and the USA. Indian Food Trail started out small only to create a significant impact later on.
“Start small and aim big and never keep your targets and vision too small. We make it a point to donate a meal for every meal booked through our platform, and it is our way of giving back” Mandaliya further added.
Whether your aim is to give back to society or manifest your company as a leader in a particular field, always aim high without forgetting your roots.