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life is a small gap between birth and death ..so in this gap Be  happy and try to make others happy...enjoy every moment...
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You might be a brilliant engineer with an innovative product idea. You've done your homework and defined the target audience and confirmed there is a real need for your product. You have researched and tested what end-users would be willing to pay for your product. With value proposition in hand, you have written a sound business plan and enticed a group of angel investors to provide you with seed money to start your business. Now the fun starts, right? Not necessarily. Unfortunately, in many cases, this is actually where the fairy tale typically ends.

Start-ups often fail because the product inventor, as brilliant as he or she may be, doesn't know how to run a business. And why should they? An advanced engineering degree with no professional experience in accounting, finance, manufacturing, marketing, or sales doesn't qualify anyone to understand all of the intricacies of running a successful business, much less get a start-up off the ground. And most start-ups don't recognize the problem until it is too late.

It takes many skill sets to run a business. Entrepreneurs often make the mistake of thinking that they can do it all, when in fact, they don't have the experience. Because one can design a product, doesn't mean one can sell it. And, when one gets involved in every little business detail, it takes away from what they do best: engineering. Many times the entrepreneur is trying to save money by doing all of the tasks that need to be done and not hiring people with the appropriate skills to do them. Other times, the entrepreneur simply doesn't appreciate the skills involved in performing the various operational tasks, thinking they can handle it. It is usually not the case.

So how can an entrepreneur avoid these pitfalls?

1. Focus on What You Do Best

If you're a skilled engineer and product designer, appoint yourself the chief technology officer and focus on designing the better mouse trap. You will be happier in the long run and your products will be better.


2. Trust Your Consultants

Hire part-time consultants to help you manage your business. You can easily find a part-time bookkeeper, manufacturing consultant, and marketing and sales professionals. Most importantly, hire people you trust and take their advice. They have skill sets you don't possess and you can learn much from them.

3. Follow the Plan

Don't be over-reactionary. It is tempting to react and switch gears every time a friend, family member, or business colleague makes a suggestion or shares a business observation. Stick with your plan and only make adjustments based on consistent data and analysis.

4. Listen to Your Customers

Don't assume you know what the customer needs. Spend time in the field and listen. Your customers and prospects will help you design a product that delivers the most value.

5. Take a Day Off
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hehe..rite...ha some credits goes to u also....there should need  a great mind to accept anytng...
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this will help u to prepare a new presentation http://prezi.com/hojghticjjbq/copy-of-powerpoint-import/
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“Be yourself; no base imitator of another, but your best self. There is something which you can do better than another. Listen to the inward voice and bravely obey that. Do the things at which you are great, not what you were never made for.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson
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"I didn't complete my University.."-- Bill Gates

"I Stitched Shoes in childhood.."-- Abraham Lincoln

"I was the one who served in Hotels.."Oberoi

"I was Conductor.."-- Rajnikanth

"I worked at Petrol Pump.."-- Dhirubhai Ambani

"I Failed in class 10th.."-- Sachin Tendulkar

"I was a Drop out n Keyboard Player.."--
A.R.Rahman

"I Slept on a Bench&borrowed Rs 20 everyday
from friend to travel to filmcity.."-- Shahrukh Khan

"I used to serve Tea to support my Football
Training.."-- Lionél Messi

~ Life isn't about finding yourself
Life is about creating yourself~
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Appreciating Everything...!!!

Appreciate those who have hurt you, bcz they strengthen your heart...
Appreciate those who deceive you, bcz they improve your wisdom...
Appreciate those who slander against you, bcz they improve your personality...
Appreciate those who whip you bcz they arouse your will to fight...
Appreciate those who abandon you, bcoz they teach you independence...
Appreciate those who make you stumble, bcoz they strengthen your legs...
Appreciate those who denounce you, bcoz they remind you of your shortcomings...

Appreciate those who give you strength...
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by,A.p.j.abdul kalam..in his autobiography...wings of fire...
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