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to Keep Your Entrepreneurial Spirit Strong in Challenging Times
opportunities and possibilities - these are the lifeblood of the entrepreneurial
spirit. Yet now, with world events, economic forecasts, and the reality of your
own bottom-line your entrepreneurial spirit may be having trouble responding.
You may not feel the hope, see the opportunities or imagine the possibilities
yet they still exist. Here are ten tips for keeping your entrepreneurial spirit
strong during these challenging times.
Reflect and reposition Now is a perfect time to reflect on who you are and what
you are creating in this world. Does your business reflect your principles and
values? Are you working from the paradigms of the 'new economy' or sticking to
the old economy? Are you boldly creating your own reality or following others?
Reconnect with your passion and reposition your business accordingly.
Collaborate To collaborate is to work in partnership with others. Who else is
doing work that is similar or complimentary to yours? Do they have a solid
reputation? How might collaboration be of benefit to everyone involved? Answer
these three basic questions and then invite your potential collaborators for a
coffee and explore the possibilities.
Reconnect with your customers, suppliers and employees You do not operate in a
vacuum. Your customers, suppliers and employees are living this reality.
Reconnect with them. Now is a time for the human connection. Shake hands, make
eye contact, smile - be deliberate in your human interactions. Provide as much
of a sense of stability as possible.
Get to know the people in your neighborhood It is amazing the variety and scope
of businesses that exists in your own neighborhood. Join your local Chamber of
Commerce, or a networking group and get to know your business neighborhood. You
never know - you might find the perfect partner for collaboration.
Accept 100% responsibility for your survival When you accept 100% responsibility
for your own survival you stop looking for excuses and you start looking for
solutions. You call upon your entrepreneurial spirit to be creative, to find new
and improved ways of doing business. Your desire for success must be greater
than the forces that would like to stand in your way. Roar like a lion. Feel
your determination. Move boldly forward with the courage of a warrior or warrior
princess and the wisdom of the ages.
Clean-up Nothing helps us to see more clearly than a good clean-up. Clean-up
everything. Clean up your computer files, your computer programs, your
accounting, your calendar, your files, your inbox your physical space, dust the
lights, vacuum the dust bunnies, re-arrange the furniture. Get rid of anything
you haven't touched in three months. Clean, clean, clean.
Make a choice You have a choice in how you react to the events that happen every
day. Remember the saying 'if life hands you lemons, make lemonade'. Choose your
vision, choose your success, choose hope, choose to see the opportunity, choose
to explore the possibility. Make a choice every moment of every day to feel the
courage and conviction of your entrepreneurial spirit.
Take the pressure off When we are feeling threatened or pressured our thinking
is less clear and our actions less rationale. Look at consolidating debts, or
cutting back on your inventory orders, or sell unnecessary assets or apply for a
credit line when you don't need it. All of these will help to ease the anxiety
that usually lurks somewhere between the bottom-line and the cash flow
Become your own best compass Read the media reports, watch the trends, listen to
the experts but always think for yourself. You have a gut instinct for what
works and doesn't work for you in your business. Pay equal attention to
that instinct as you do the experts. You are your own best compass and your
entrepreneurial spirit is a willing guide.
Read great books There are great books that exist that can feed your
entrepreneurial spirit. Books that remind you of the hope, the opportunities and
the possibilities. Read these books first thing in the morning and last thing at
night so that you recharge your brain when it is most receptive to this kind of
About the author:
Anne-Marie Rennick (mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org)
is passionate about igniting and re-energizing your entrepreneurial spirit. Her
latest book The Owner's Manual for Your Entrepreneurial Spirit is available in
both paperback and e-book versions by calling 1-866-207-7857.