The real business world is cruel. Hardwork, experience and luck determine success in business. The world needs new entrepreneurs everyday to innovate product or proccess driven in the marketplace. Joe Clarence & Jocelyn Calista, got the opportunity to become the youngest entrepreneurs of this world. They have developed their company quite well and now, aspire to serve worldwide by using their innovation to create million customers. These award-winning teenpreneur are smart and intelligent, and have the right skills needed to successfully run their business.
Presently, they are both the Chief Creative Officer (CCO) and the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Franchise Mall Group. With their hard work, goal setting and luck, they have achieved the highest end of the year sales and revenue even before the end of the year 2017. Mostly the knowledge and training, they received from their mother, DR. Megumi Sachiko. The Franchise Mall is a subsidiary company of Rainbow Group, established by DR. Megumi Sachiko. It deals in food chain restaurants, licensing characters, games, multimedia, etc.
As the world of business is becoming tougher on regular basis, competitive business survival demands to be fought for and the war for customer’s favour is endless. The truth remains; the business world is very risky. It is not for the feeble-minded, the thin-skinned, or the faint of heart. And if you happen to be inclusive, before you know it, you will most likely be weeded out of the entrepreneurial gene pool. Companies and individual customers expect to get better quality, better service, better products and above all affordable prices. Likewise, it is important for companies to deliver Investors value in the form of profits and investor’s growth.
To assist you in this endeavour, below are a few skills you should consider to survive and be successful in this competitive business world:
Flexibility – The fundamental issue with businesses is their rigidity regarding changing technology. This is the reason why several small businesses will not be able to survive. The secret to being successful depends on adapting new business scheme with varying business conditions. As the marketplace is changing all the time, it is not advisable to stick to a single plan. Therefore if adaptation demands specific skills, you must build them before your competitors could do so, in order to be better placed to serve the customer.
Have critical thinking skills – Regardless of your profession or where you work, it is important to invest a little effort in solving issues when you happen to be the closest person to the task at hand.
Handle rejection like a pro – Never panic when things go wrong or be distracted when things fail to go as planned. Everybody gets passed over and thrown under the bus almost regularly, but that should not be the end of the world. Maintain perspective by staying focused on long-term goals, and never try to win back what you have lost. Just learn from the experience and do your best to win next time.
Have Adaptability skills – Your ability to adapt to changes in any situation is as essential as your technical skills. To survive and be successful, you must understand how to make personal changes that can be of advantage to your company. In addition, you must recognize the needed things to shape up in other to benefit yourself within the company
Be professional – Being an expert could mean many things. In this sense, it implies keeping your political views, personal bias, emotional issues and religious beliefs away from your business life. All these have nothing to do with being a jerk or nice. Be yourself, but keep business about business.
Another thing you must hold dearly is that your customers are king. They can also determine how your business survives in this competitive business world. Always ensure to offer 100% customer satisfaction.
As a business owner you should understand and utilize the advancement in business technologies.