Positive Influence

Venturing into a new business idea could be a lonely proposition for Entrepreneurs. Most people don’t understand their Vision and stand and watch from the sidelines, if not being critical.

There will still be a lot naysayers even as the company grows. It is critical for Entrepreneurs to surround themselves with positive people. Positive people add good vibes and positive energy to any venture. They are generally team-players and also have the motivation to overcome challenges and look at problems as opportunities.

Negative people always find fault in whatever is being asked of them or is being done around them. They always look at ways in which things or ideas will not work instead of finding solutions. They generally sap energy from an organization. These category of constantly negative people are often intelligent, but can be lazy thus finding excuses not to do things.

Entrepreneurs should be careful to distinguish between positive people and  those who are a;ways saying “yes” to them. One can be positive but still question something if it is not right. Entrepreneurs would be best served by people who are positive but are not afraid to say “no.”

Ravi Patel

www.patelCFOservices.com

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Have Positive People Around You

Entrepreneurs can be lonely when they venture into a new business idea. Most people don’t understand their Vision and stand and watch from the sidelines, if not being critical.

As the company grows, there are still a lot naysayers. It is important for Entrepreneurs to surround themselves with positive people. Positive people add good vibes and positive energy to any venture. They are generally team-players and also have the motivation to overcome challenges and look at problems as opportunities.

Negative people always find fault in whatever is being asked of them or is being done around them. They always look at ways in which things or ideas will not work instead of finding solutions. They generally sap energy from an organization. These category of constantly negative people are often intelligent, but can be lazy thus finding excuses not to do things.

Entrepreneurs should be careful to distinguish between positive people and  those who are a;ways saying “yes” to them. One can be positive but still question something if it not right. Entrepreneurs would be best served by people who are positive but are not afraid to say “no.”

Ravi Patel

www.patelCFOservices.com

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Have Positive People Around You

Entrepreneurs sometimes can be lonely when they venture into a new business idea. Most people don’t understand their Vision and stand and watch from the sidelines, if not being critical.

As the company grows, there are still a lot naysayers. It is important for Entrepreneurs to surround themselves with positive people. Positive people add good vibes and positive energy to any venture. They are generally team-players and also have the motivation to overcome challenges and look at problems as opportunities.

Negative people always find fault in whatever is being asked of them or is being done around them. They always look at ways in which things or ideas will not work instead of finding solutions. They generally sap energy from an organization. These category of constantly negative people are often intelligent, but can be lazy thus finding excuses not to do things.

Entrepreneurs should be careful to distinguish between positive people and  those who are a;ways saying “yes” to them. One can be positive but still question something if it not right. Entrepreneurs would be best served by people who are positive but are not afraid to say “no.”

Ravi Patel

www.patelCFOservices.com

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