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  • Writer's pictureSimrat Gauri

Entrepreneurial Mindset - Advice -Part1



  • Diving Into Business Ownership

  • Living the Dream: The Ultimate Adventure

  • The Power of Personal Affirmation in Pursuing Dreams

  • The Virtue of Patience and Confidence in Business

  • Balancing Confidence in Professional Endeavours

  • Focusing Your Business on Your Passion

  • Standing Strong Amidst Societal Judgement

  • The Impact of Self-Confidence and Dedication on Success

  • Overcoming Financial and Experience Barriers

  • Trusting Your Instincts in Entrepreneurship



Diving Into Business Ownership

Take up any business

Sukhvinder kaur, Founder, Japman pest control services


Living the Dream: The Ultimate Adventure

The biggest adventure you can ever take is to live the life of your dreams.

If you are dreaming about something for a long time and if it’s not letting you sleep then just go for it, just give wings to those dreams. It will find its way and learn to fly. But take that first step!

Khyati Udeshi Naigandhi, Founder, TenaSHEous

The Power of Personal Affirmation in Pursuing Dreams

The only “yes” you need to follow your dreams is yours. If you don’t, you’ll regret it later in life, and if you’re delaying it, you’ll question yourself as to why you didn’t do it sooner. Not following your dreams makes you feel unaccomplished. Eventually, this will stop you from dreaming altogether. Walter Bagehot said “the greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do.” People who follow their dreams are doers. Following your dreams might take unexpected turns, but those are the interesting and memorable challenges of living the dream.

Joanna Deepika Joseph, Founder, Wired Expressions


The Virtue of Patience and Confidence in Business

Remember It Takes Time.

Have Confidence in Yourself and Your Business. 

Be the Face of Your Company. 

Be Tenacious

Build a Strong Team

SANYOGINI SACHIN BIRARI, Founder, GENERILIFE PRIVATE LIMITED




Balancing Confidence in Professional Endeavours

There is a difference between being Confident and Overconfident - always remember that and do you work.

Disha Nagda,Founder,Executive Hunters


Focusing Your Business on Your Passion

What is the one thing which brings you enjoyment and lights a fire within you? That is where you need to be focusing your business efforts! Build your brand around who you are. Be yourself at all times and don’t try to copy another person. Authenticity is key! The above are the quotes which I had come across and lived by, and I feel should share with all the budding entrepreneurs….

Dr Sushma Jaiswal Meher, Founder, INCHES Healthcare Private Limited


Standing Strong Amidst Societal Judgement

As a woman, my advice would be Stay Strong and Believe in yourself. Sometimes you need to stand alone to stand out, we live in a very judgemental society. Just believe in your idea and execute it until you get what you want.

Shweta Iyengar Aryan, Founder, DesignSyndrome Experience Lab LLP


The Impact of Self-Confidence and Dedication on Success

Self confidence and dedication towards the goal can make any person successful.

J.V Manisha Bajaj, Founder, Film Maker



Overcoming Financial and Experience Barriers

Even if a young woman lacks money and experience, she should not let those limitations hold her back from pursuing her dreams. Instead, she should focus on her passion and belief in her idea, and work hard to turn it into a reality. The belief is that even if immediate success is not seen, with persistence and hard work, she will eventually achieve her goals and see the fruits of her hard work. This idea encourages young women to have faith in themselves and their abilities, and to not give up in the face of adversity or obstacles. It is important to remember that success often requires time, effort, and patience, and that the journey is just as important as the destination.

Sana Banna, Founder, Yutopia Clinic



Trusting Your Instincts in Entrepreneurship

Keep at it - most importantly learn to trust your instincts and depend ONLY on yourself.

Chandini Ann Khanna, Founder, Self Employed Professional

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