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8 Beliefs of an 'Extraordinary' Entrepreneur

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Bangalore: A visionary entrepreneur is always extraordinary because he posses an entrepreneurial spirit which is totally exhilarating. These entrepreneurs have a real crunch for their businesses as they rallies to support and build one of the most innovative companies in the world. So the big question- what does it to take to be an extraordinary entrepreneur? The answer is simple- true belief.

In a recent event organized by NASSCOM; Neil Patel, co-founder of two internet companies: Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics, revealed 8 core beliefs of extraordinary entrepreneurs. He said that entrepreneurs who we praise ‘remarkable’ holds closely to these core set of beliefs and ensures that their company reaps success in a large scale. So with that take a look at the 8 core beliefs of extraordinary entrepreneurs.

Belief #1: Make A Decision And Go!

“When I first started out, I was really nervous of making a mistake. It was extremely hard to get used to making a decision and then taking action on that decision.” Patel said the first and the foremost thing that every entrepreneur should posses is fast execution. “Don’t waste too much time thinking. Learn from your mistakes, so that you can make decisions faster.”

Patel also showcased some great examples to the seated audience to make understand the value of time and the quality of every single decision.

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Reader's comments(2)
1: There is a huge survivorship bias here, and such perspectives in general.
Posted by:Statspotting - 03 Dec, 2012
2: very inspiring
Posted by:Anoop Kutty - 02 Dec, 2012