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  • Writer's pictureSimrat Gauri

Business Strategy and Execution - Advice - Part 1



  • Scaling Up with Discipline and Consistency

  • Strategic Path-Finding and Embracing Change

  • Passion and Balance in Entrepreneurship

  • The Cycle of Continuous Improvement

  • Consistency and Focus in Business

  • Prioritising Direction in Your Entrepreneurial Journey

  • Resilience and Balance in the Entrepreneurial Life

  • The Critical Role of Initial Advertising in Business

  • Prioritising Health and Well-being Over Financial Gain

  • Patience in Progress: Focusing on the Small Steps



Scaling Up with Discipline and Consistency

Discipline and Consistency in the Business can help you scale up.

Shikha Chirag Agarwal, Founder, Earningo Accounting & Tax Consultancy


Strategic Path-Finding and Embracing Change

In this drastically changing world, Don't follow any path without knowing where it will take you. Break the Chain and Be the Change. At ShaRaSa - We Are Nurturing The Future.

Shikha Chirag Agarwal, Founder, ShaRaSa


Passion and Balance in Entrepreneurship

Do something you are passionate about, keep a good work/life balance, and partner with those you work well and compliment your strengths with.

Natasha Taylor, Founder, House of Wellbeing


The Cycle of Continuous Improvement

Keep trying, Learn from mistakes, improve your work and keep going.

Gauri Shetty, Founder, Optimistic Healthcare Solutions


Consistency and Focus in Business

Be consistent and don't lose focus. Be realistic and practical in business, not emotional. Always create a niche for yourself and sell the same. Your work will speak for itself.


Prioritising Direction in Your Entrepreneurial Journey

Direction is more important than speed..


Resilience and Balance in the Entrepreneurial Life

I have two key pieces of advice, which I repeatedly keep giving to myself as well. 1. Don't be afraid or disheartened by rejection. It is constant and really so what? Anyone who won a competition, an award or a race was in it in the first place. For every yes there will be many no's so you have to push through it. Refine your ideas, keep at it, build on the bases. And talk about it, get input, speak to your colleagues, friends, family, practice, practice, practice. 2. Entrepreneurship can really be overwhelming, you can basically work 24/7 if your body doesn't stop you. And that isn't good, the to-do list doesn't get shorter, so you have to find a balance where you can, for me my kids made that happen, but look after your body and your mind, burnout is seen at work, your team sees it and your work suffers. Balance is important.

​​Amrita Mahindroo, Founder, DROO - Da costa Mahindroo Architects


The Critical Role of Initial Advertising in Business

Advertisement is very important initially. Once your brand is established then you spread your wings with word of mouth.

Gauri Joshi, Founder,Viviana Academy


Prioritising Health and Well-being Over Financial Gain

Peace and healthy life is more important than money..so take care yourself

Sulaksshana L kshirsaagar, Founder, SK astro consultancy


Patience in Progress: Focusing on the Small Steps

Don't rush for success, focus on small things first and be patient.

Ashita Rawat, Founder,Affiliates PR

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