Seven success tips I learned for the first time

Being an entrepreneur is not only a challenging and frightening thing but a very exciting and rewarding one. Many financial, legal, personnel, marketing and customer issues arising in starting a business have no end. Unfortunately, there are many conflicting advice for budding entrepreneurs. But here are 15 important tips to help you navigate the startup landscape: 8. Hire the right people
One of the biggest mistakes made by entrepreneurs is to hire the wrong person. You must bring someone with experience and experience. It is necessary to adapt to the corporate culture that you want to build. Start-up staff often have to play multiple roles, so they must be diligent and flexible. It is necessary to carefully check the baseline. Please confirm that the letter of the offer is “yours” and you can quit at any time. Do not forget the old quotation: “Borrow slowly and immediately fire.”
1. Never stop the network
Networking can attract new investors, excellent employees, new clients or excellent mentors. Please see the industry and startup events. LinkedIn is a powerful tool useful for networks. Therefore, please make sure that you and your company have a profile on LinkedIn and are always adding new connections. When other users perform your Google search, the LinkedIn profile is usually displayed at the top of the search results. So please try to leave a good impression.
2. Provide excellent customer service
Companies such as Zappos and Virgin America are very successful as they concentrate on excellent customer service and support. Your first customer would recommend and congratulate your friends and colleagues. I personally thank you for your customer by e-mail. Please go extra to show your gratitude.
3. Hire an experienced startup lawyer
You need a business lawyer familiar with your business that regularly launches many other entrepreneurs, advises, specializes in startups. An experienced beginner attorney can help you:
• Sign a contract with co-founder
• Prepare important company contracts
• Establishment of stock option system for employees
• Prepare letters of protection for potential employees
• Support negotiations on conditions with potential investors
• Limit potential legal obligations
• Protect your ideas and inventions (through copyright, patents, and private contracts)
Please obtain reference materials from other entrepreneurs and venture capitalists. Please confirm that there is a good relationship with the lawyer. Let’s meet some potential lawyers (these first meetings are free) before making the final decision. And please read the 10 big legal mistakes of startup.
4. Comfortable with public speaking
Effective communication skills are important for attracting customers, inspiring employees, attracting investors and raising capital. Most people are not very good in general, and many people are scared of it. We must try to overcome this fear. To gain professional feedback and improvements, consider working with speakers or business coaches. Among the most respected entrepreneurs was mass public speakers like Steve Jobs.
5. Focus on developing superior products and services – But it does not always take time to introduce it
Your product or service must not be that good. It must be distinguished from competitors’ offers in a meaningful and meaningful way. Everything else follows this principle. Since early customer feedback is one of the best ways for improvement, please do not shuffle the product. Co-founder Reid Hoffman in LinkedIn’s venture capitalist said, “If you are not ashamed of the first version of the product, you were too late.”
6. Just do it
Since there is no ideal time to start up, follow this famous advice and “Please do the right thing.” Please take the first step to build your business. Even if you are still working at a high wage, even if you are part-time.
The seventh market etc.
You must always attract, build and educate your market. Please confirm that the marketing strategy includes the following
• Create professional and up-to-date websites.
• Learn the basics of Search Engine Optimization (SEO), so that users searching for products or services above search results can find you.
• Use social media to promote business (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.).
• Engage in content marketing by writing articles on related websites.
• Broadcast press releases for important events.