Do you know why

most startups fail? πŸ‘‡

Do you know why most startups fail? πŸ‘‡
They do not have a clear vision, strategy and even mindset.

Sure they dream big and can also achieve great success.

But it can happen only if they have the right combination of all three principles.

As a startup founder, would you rather work on the operations tasks to

– optimize it
– manage the workload
– make sure the team is running smoothly

Or would you focus more on

βœ… Networking
βœ… Engaging
βœ… Putting your business out in the world

There can always be people to manage the nitty gritty.

But you need to focus on bringing attention to your start up.

Not Clients.


And how do you do it?

πŸ‘‰ Networking. Networking. Networking.

Don’t network just for the sake of it.

Form sincere connections with others. These people could end up being your clients, partners, and employees in the future.

Your capacity to establish connections and unlock barriers will determine the success of your start-up.


P.S: On an average, how many people do you talk to in a week? (Minus your family and friends)

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