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5 Personal Changes To Become a Highly Successful Entrepreneur – Part 1
Why, When, and How Should a Business Change
7 Keys To Be A Leader In Your Business
Keep Getting Value From Teik Oh Dot Com
How Do You Build A Great Corporate Culture?

5 Personal Changes To Become a Highly Successful Entrepreneur – Part 1

Have you ever wondered what it takes to become a highly successful entrepreneur?

I’m lucky because over the last 30 plus years, I have worked with people who have failed in business – as well as people who have created the most successful, sustainable and long-lived businesses, so I have been able to observe and learn.

While having a great business idea is essential, while being able to access capital is important, having watched the most successful entrepreneurs in action, I firmly believe that it is their mind-set that creates their success. I have studied my successful clients and I believe there are 5 fundamental personal changes that are required.

What are these 5 personal changes you need to make to become a highly successful entrepreneur?

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Why, When, and How Should a Business Change

Moore’s Law states that in the field of computing, computer processing speed doubles every eighteen months!

Just as much as computers impact modern business, the fields of business knowledge and business science are also increasing exponentially, and while I’m not aware if any similar Law has been stated for the growth of innovation in business, anyone can tell that business today has changed exponentially from business just 5 years ago.

Yet, you say, my business is actually thriving, why should I change?

Well, if your business is thriving today, good for you, because we are in difficult economic times. But how confident are you that your business will continue to thrive, and for how long?

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7 Keys To Be A Leader In Your Business

I hope your business is growing well. I don’t know when you started your business, but if it is growing well, and perhaps on the way you envisaged, you will have hit that stage where you are no longer the do-er.

When you first started, like me, you probably did everything. Nothing was beneath you, not even cleaning the office!

But as your business grew, and you hired staff, and the number of staff grew, doing everything yourself was no longer feasible. Your role changed, from being that specialist expert in your trade to being a generalist having to know a bit about everything in the running of the business – despite the fact that you just couldn’t do it all yourself.

Sound familiar? Guess what? You’ve moved from do-er to leader!

You are no longer expected to solve every problem, but you are expected to set the agenda and leads the way for everyone.

How do you do that? What do you need to do in order to transition? Read More

Keep Getting Value From Teik Oh Dot Com

This week is not a how-to article or video.

I just wanted to take some time out and announce new ways for you to keep getting value from my website, teikoh.com



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If you haven’t started a business yet and you want to, but it’s all getting confusing and overwhelming, why don’t you get my business startup checklist here.

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How Do You Build A Great Corporate Culture?

I have been trying to find the exact quote but not had success. Peter Drucker, the renowned 20th century management consultant and management author is said to have said “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.”

Despite not being able to find the exact citation, the phrase certainly paraphrases much of Peter Drucker’s work.

So what is corporate culture, and why is it so kick-ass?

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