What I've Learned from Entrepreneurship
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What I've Learned from Entrepreneurship



Lessons from a serial entrepreneur

Lessons from a serial entrepreneur



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  • e en pr What I’ve learned from re nt E ip sh ur
  • 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
  • t s u r T u o y t u g r
  • 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