How Women Entrepreneur To Keep Track With Their Business

Business 09 May 2016
How Women Entrepreneur To Keep Track With Their Business

Nowadays, with the introduction of more flexible careers, even women have now bigger opportunities. Among these wonderful professions any woman can try is by becoming a successful entrepreneur aside from being just a plain homemaker. In fact, some strong women manage to keep both responsibilities all together without any problem.

How can they achieve these objectives? Well, here are 10 awesome tips on how women entrepreneurs keep track with their businesses:

  • Do something you love
    The success of starting a business isn’t entirely dependent on what you have to offer, but, rather on how passionate you are in running that particular business. Before you even set-up your business project, think of something you are really interested or you love doing most. For example, your hobby is into baking, selling yummy goodies like cakes or pastries would not be as difficult as you imagined it to be.
  • Rely on your instincts
    Of course, you can still get some feedback or advice from friends, family members or relatives, but the final decision should still come from you. If you confused which route to take, rely on your instincts. After all, women are known to have powerful instincts on having vibes on what could turn out good or bad, so why not put this positive characteristic into good use. Stay positive all the time and avoid the negative thoughts from controlling your actions. Use any negative views as part of your evaluation process in order to make a wiser decision.
  • Create a business plan
    No business will run smoothly without a business plan. If you haven’t started writing your plan, now is the perfect time to construct one in order for you to have a clearer direction. There may be times some of your goals would not yield a favorable result and when this happens, be ready to perform the necessary changes or seek another alternative action to become better.
  • Make sure you are financially capable
    Starting a business doesn’t earn much in a few months or even years, so make sure you are financially capable during the initial phase. There will be times when you can only make a break-even or encounter losses and having enough funds to keep you going is a plus factor.
  • Manage your finances wisely
    We may not be the perfect accountants, but at least learn the basic principles of accounting like computing your expenses over your total earnings. Maximize your money and budget wisely by finding which area in your business operation that you can save.  A good example is instead of buying new equipments, why not look for quality secondhand machines for a start, then, later upgrade them once your investment has increased. Aside from that consider also the taxes you are obliged to pay to avoid problems in the future.

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Mahmood Bashash

Mahmood Bashash holds an Electronics Engineering degree. He has worked as a computer programmer in one of leading software companies in Iran for 5 years. His talent and leadership ability made him one of the top managers and team leaders in the company. Mahmood then set up his own business, dedicated to Web development, Internet marketing and social media, and run the company for 4 years. His young team, and his passion for doing the right thing, cased his company to be ranked among the top 5 companies in Iran in the Web development industry. He managed numerous clients, from small companies through to large enterprises. Mahmood is the founder of eBiz International (F.Z.C), a small digital marketing firm established on 2005 in UAE and delivers web, social media and digital marketing services and consultancies to small and medium size businesses (SMB) in the region.

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