Internationally acclaimed Author & Branding Expert, Success Coach Nilesh (aka Nilesh Waghchoude), from UK (and a Puneite), is holding a free workshop at Yashada in Pune on 10th January 2016, on ‘How to become a Successful Entrepreneur’.
In this workshop he will reveal:
Steps and Secrets to Become Successful Entrepreneur
Problems faced by budding entrepreneurs and how to deal with them
Methodology to help you SWITCH from Job to Successful Entrepreneurship
Step by step guidance on how to plan your financial safety and avoid your business losses
“We can see the increasing trend in today’s professionals to consider entrepreneurship as a new career than just keep working on a job for the life time. Through my workshops I want to help all of them to become successful in this adventure by providing them step by step guidance. Also save their money by helping them avoid making big mistakes and by giving right business strategies which will increase their profits”, explains Success Coach Nilesh.
The workshop will be held at Yashada on Baner road, in 2 batches, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Working Professionals, Housewives, Start-ups, Managers and Students can avail this opportunity by registering for any session of their choice. Interested participants must register at www.SuccessCoachNilesh.com. Or email their Name and batch timing to MySuccess@SuccessCoachNilesh.com
“In olden days, Entrepreneurship was about starting a business. However that definition is incomplete in this new world. Today, entrepreneurship is all about helping people solve their problems, taking them from where they are to where they want to be and getting paid for doing that (yes, getting paid is important too). It’s true for both online businesses and offline businesses.” smiles Nilesh.
However, there are numerous challenges faced by these budding entrepreneurs. He points out the top 10:
• Worry about their Financial Safety
• Lack of Knowledge about exact Next Steps
• Lack of real life Business Idea
• Lack of Required Self-Confidence
• Lack of Success Coach / Mentor
• Fear of Failure
• Non Supportive People around them
• Lack of Clarity
• Lack of Big Dreams
• Fear to Leave Comfort Zone
“I’ve personally experienced most of these challenges before I became a Successful Author, International Speaker and Branding Expert”, he admits.
He lists 10 keys for your success in Entrepreneurship venture:
• Make Financial Safety Plan
• Get Strategic Knowledge about exact Next Steps
• Identify Business Idea that works
• Build Self-Confidence
• Get Success Coach / Mentor to help you
• Learn Strategies for Success
• Build Supportive Team
• Get Clarity of Future
• Set Big Dreams & Passion
• Make Effective Blueprint to Succeed
“You don’t need everything at the beginning however you will need to look after most of the things during your Entrepreneurial journey”, he sums up.
From the past 6 years Success Coach Nilesh has been helping entrepreneurs to make their dream become a reality. In the very first year of his consulting business, he was the finalist for Best New comer to Consulting and Most Outstanding Achievements towards continuous professional development in the UK. He currently lives in London, UK and also supports clients worldwide via Training, Coaching and Consulting Sessions.
For further details on how Nilesh can help you achieve your business goals, please contact www.SuccessCoachNilesh.com
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