Developing Entrepreneurial People
The entrepreneurial spirit is more alive these days than ever! While yes, it’s not an easy feat to start a business on your own, business conditions are looking more favorable than in the recent past. So what’s keeping you from actually harnessing your entrepreneurial spirit? Are you afraid to fail? Let me tell you, you are not alone. This fear of not achieving success keeps most of us from stepping out of the door.
In this episode of the Keep Your Dream Alive Podcast, Placida Acheru had quite a lively conversation with enterprise consultant and The Red Shoe Biz Woman, Rebecca Jones, on developing entrepreneurial people. Just like other entrepreneurs, Rebecca faced her fears; had her share of failures; yet just kept going and going.
From listening to the conversation, you will :
1. Gain an understanding on how to build your business and still enjoy life;
2. Learn how to accept help from others so that you can be a success;
3. Learn how to set your own unique plans, aims and successes ; and more.
About Rebecca Jones:
Rebecca Jones started her first business at the age of 19 and has since developed businesses within education, tourism and consultancy. Her in-depth knowledge of business and developing successful businesses has led her into her work as an enterprise consultant and mentor.
Rebecca is educated to Master’s Degree level, a qualified teacher, an author of a business start-up book for women, a regular in the media as well as a lecturer in Mentoring for Enterprise and business speaker encouraging enterprise in employed and self employed people.
Check out Rebecca’s mentoring service for business owners and her women in business peer advisory board.
Grab this incredible opportunity and learn more valuable insights on how to take your business to greater heights by listening here:
Website: Rebecca Jones – The Red Shoe Biz Woman
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