3 Books That Will Feed The Entrepreneurial Beast Inside You
Enthusiasm isn't the easiest thing to come by in the world of entrepreneurship.
Many successful entrepreneurs have followed this path. To actually succeed as a leader and an entrepreneur, you need to be inspired by the experiences of those who have been there and done it before you.
Munaf Kapadia's How I Quit Google to Sell Samosas
Munaf Kapadia went against the grain at the height of his career. A Google consultant, he left the company and formed an enterprise with his mother. My journey from Google to Samosa sales is an epic tale of entrepreneurship, passion and the sweet taste of victory.
This book is by Mukesh Batra and is titled The Nation's Homeopath.
One homoeopathy clinic was established in Mumbai's Chowpatty neighbourhood in 1982, and it has since grown into an empire of seven nations, 150 cities and more than 200 clinics throughout the globe. There's no turning back now. Today, the term "homoeopathy" conjures up images of Dr. Batra.
A Failed Venture: Prashant Desai's Biography
It was a foregone conclusion when Prashant Desai launched the first truly Indian sports brand, D:FY, in 2017. Puma India's founder, Rajiv Mehta, joined him as a business partner, and the two of them went on to open 17 locations in seven different cities.
Here Are the Best Ways to Run Your Business.
Your company needs consumers if it wants to stay afloat and expand. Promoting your company is essential for attracting new clients. Choosing between a flyer, brochure, postcard, or local newspaper ad was formerly an easy decision.
To achieve business success you need to be organized. It will help you complete tasks and stay on top of things to be done.
Keep Detailed Records
By doing so, you’ll know where the business stands financially and what potential challenges you could be facing.
Analyze Your Competition
Competition breeds the best results. To be successful, you can’t be afraid to study and learn from your competitors.