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What I’ve learned from

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Entrepreneurship is the best learning
experience you’ll ever go through
You won’t work less,
but you will

be in total control of your choices
First steps will be harsh
but once you meet success
!

!

!

!

!

it is very
rewarding
In every market,
there is room for
innovative ideas
If you’re passionate about your idea,
people will feel it too
You’re selling your

story

So get it right
Spread
the
word
every
single
day
Don’t be shy,
go get it
& ask for it
Find the complementary business partner
One that you can rely upon & trust
One that you have great communication with
Spot the most influential people of your industry
& get invited
Stay connected with your industry
Get together with other companies
to save on premises fees
Spen
d

time

selec
t in g
colla
bora
tors
Use your network
Barter instead of buying everything
Get patents
h
eryt
p ev
Kee

in g

on paper
A lot of doors will be
slammed at you,
but one open door is
enough to meet
success
Always anticipate
more
than planned

It rarely goes as expected
Plan 3 different budgets
optimistic - neutral - pessimistic
Master any aspect of your business
before hiring
If the
company fail,
take the
blame, not
your team
Celebrate any
success
Int
eg
rat
int e e
o t ve
he r y
de em
cis pl
ion oy
s ee
Praise, delegate & trust
them
Ask your them what they want
go
als
Let them fix their
Let them know HOW their actions affect the company
Write « how-to » guides
for your employees
Find out WHAT
collaborators will remember about you
& get them a gift
that represents you
Seek feedback
Foresee incidents
Ask yourself :
« What if … ? »
Make sure you hav
ea

in case of failure
Don’t compromise quality
Question everything
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r
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Jérémie Lorrain
Co-Founder of nail art company Úñica.
French, Fashionista, Blogger, Entrepreneur,
Businessman, Model, Sale...
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  1. 1. e en pr What I’ve learned from re nt E ip sh ur
  2. 2. Entrepreneurship is the best learning experience you’ll ever go through
  3. 3. You won’t work less, but you will be in total control of your choices
  4. 4. First steps will be harsh
  5. 5. but once you meet success ! ! ! ! ! it is very rewarding
  6. 6. In every market, there is room for innovative ideas
  7. 7. If you’re passionate about your idea, people will feel it too
  8. 8. You’re selling your story So get it right
  9. 9. Spread the word every single day
  10. 10. Don’t be shy, go get it & ask for it
  11. 11. Find the complementary business partner One that you can rely upon & trust One that you have great communication with
  12. 12. Spot the most influential people of your industry & get invited
  13. 13. Stay connected with your industry
  14. 14. Get together with other companies to save on premises fees
  15. 15. Spen d time selec t in g colla bora tors
  16. 16. Use your network
  17. 17. Barter instead of buying everything
  18. 18. Get patents
  19. 19. h eryt p ev Kee in g on paper
  20. 20. A lot of doors will be slammed at you, but one open door is enough to meet success
  21. 21. Always anticipate more than planned It rarely goes as expected
  22. 22. Plan 3 different budgets optimistic - neutral - pessimistic
  23. 23. Master any aspect of your business before hiring
  24. 24. If the company fail, take the blame, not your team
  25. 25. Celebrate any success
  26. 26. Int eg rat int e e o t ve he r y de em cis pl ion oy s ee
  27. 27. Praise, delegate & trust them
  28. 28. Ask your them what they want
  29. 29. go als Let them fix their
  30. 30. Let them know HOW their actions affect the company
  31. 31. Write « how-to » guides for your employees
  32. 32. Find out WHAT collaborators will remember about you
  33. 33. & get them a gift that represents you
  34. 34. Seek feedback
  35. 35. Foresee incidents Ask yourself : « What if … ? »
  36. 36. Make sure you hav ea in case of failure
  37. 37. Don’t compromise quality
  38. 38. Question everything
  39. 39. t s u r T u o y t u g r
  40. 40. Jérémie Lorrain Co-Founder of nail art company Úñica. French, Fashionista, Blogger, Entrepreneur, Businessman, Model, Salesperson, Ambitious, Open-minded, People and Opportunity-Oriented. Share your impressions, comments & secrets: jeremie.lorrain@gmail.com
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