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  1. 1. The term was actually coined by an admirer of Adam Smith's book. Entrepreneur is a French word coined by the economist Jean- Baptiste Say, and usually is translated as "adventurer."
  2. 2.  Entrepreneurs Create New Businesses  Entrepreneurs Add to National Income  Entrepreneurs Create Social Change  Community Development
  3. 3.  Follows up and follows through on his commitments. Great entrepreneurs keep their word on when they are going to do something. They say what they mean, and mean what they say.  Great entrepreneurs give key stakeholders and clients their cell phone number and in certain cases, their home number. They are accessible and respond “after business hours”, including weekends, early mornings, and late evenings.  Is persistent without being a pest. There is a fine line here. Great entrepreneurs remind prospects that there is a proposal on the table and ask; “Is there any additional information you need?” What they DON’T do, is call you every day and ask; “Have you made a decision yet on my proposal?”  Role with rejection. Being told “no” is part of the game. How you deal with it often determines your success as an entrepreneur.
  4. 4. 1. Public Speaking-For many, we cannot avoid speaking in public. We have to get on stage and pitch to an audience; we have to present to possible investors, run team meetings, speak on a panel or maybe even be asked to be a keynote speaker. If you are shy or get uncomfortable speaking to a large group, on stage, or into a microphone, it can damage your business and even your brand image. 2. First Impressions Are Key-As self-employed entrepreneurs, we are always networking, and we need to make sure that we make a winning first impression- every time. Every person we meet could potentially be our next client, investor or lead us to a significant partnership or deal.
  5. 5. 3. Listen-When you are actively listening, it can help you converse, debate, lead, mediate and negotiate. It also makes you seem more empathetic, thoughtful and invested in the people around you. I believe listening might be the most important communication skill of all, yet so many of us are so horrible at it. Why? Because we are so focused on what our response is going to be or even worse we are multi-thinking. 4. Conflict Management-You will work with all types of people, and some of these people may be very difficult. Most of the time, you can pick your clients, you can even get rid of them if you want. However, it is essential that you learn to handle the difficult people, i.e., the stubborn ones, those who see things differently, the ones who are hard to work with or hard to sell. Why? Because if not, you will end up with, a minimal client base and only a handful of people you can work with which will never be sustainable.
  6. 6. 5. Body Language-Mastering the way you communicate through your body language is a must. It starts with sitting or standing up straight, making sure your head is high, and your shoulders are back. You want always to look people in the eyes, smile often, keep your hands out of your pocket and don’t cross your arms. 6. Confidence-Getting your message out is very important, and you must instill confidence and trust in your partners, investors and soon-to-be customers. You need to choose strong words that show clear decisions.
  7. 7. “I’ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life and that is why I succeed.” –Michael Jordan, NBA Legendary Basketball MVP
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