Take inventory of what makes you a great entrepreneur/leader and identify the areas of weakness that are holding you and your business back.
Explore your own self-awareness (an understanding of their strengths, weaknesses, feelings, thoughts, and values — as well as how they affect the people around you) and your self-management skills (a conscious choice to resist a preference or habit, and instead, demonstrate a more productive behavior). It’s natural to behave in ways that feel good and familiar — to not self-manage — and yet, if we did this all the time, we’d never get better at anything. To become as effective as possible, leaders need to gain self-awareness and then use that awareness for self-management.
- Entrepreneurial Mindset
- Business Knowledge
- Leadership Skills
- Business Skills