There are no unique replies thereon and it is always best to listen to what they have to tell entrepreneurs who are already having success since that success is the proof that we have valid testimony that we are looking for us. Jay Glotz is a businessman from Chicago who succeeds in business and who works in the New York Times with various articles related to the topic of business. In one of his recent articles he gives us 10 items or factors that it believes are necessary to succeed in business. Let’s look at these 10 elements: 1. look for opportunities of business trying to do something better than it already has been doing. 2 Accept the risk as a natural part of doing business. Recently Sheryl Sandberg sought to clarify these questions.
3 Act responsibly with customers, employees and vendors. 4. The goals are not enough, always need a plan. 5 Vas developing go arranging your business plan compliant and to learn from your mistakes. 6. Do not try to reinvent the wheel, learn from each other. 7.
Check your business numbers to work, if not do the business probably not do it. 8. That all your employees understand which is the Mission of your business. 9. Always have difficulties than your you must resist, don’t complain, it’s a waste of time. 10 There will be sacrifices, tries to find the balance. As the same Jay Goltz says at the end of his article which other elements you would add?