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Having a fantastic idea for a business venture is only the first step – if you want to succeed as an entrepreneur, you will need to develop a diverse skillset, especially in the early days of your company when you are likely to be personally involved in the decision making around all key tasks and procedures.
While many entrepreneurs simply learn these skills on the job and then, as the business expands, hire those with a higher level of knowledge in those specialist fields to take over, knowing what the fundamentals are in advance can ensure your business experiences smooth and rapid growth.
Small business owners and entrepreneurs are known for their optimism. They are the dreamers of the world, who come up with new ideas and innovative solutions to problems. Not only that, but they are also the doers of the world. Despite the challenges that lay ahead, they set out on that long, winding path with hopes of making those dreams a reality.But all of this dreaming and doing can take a toll on a person. While we try to move forward optimistically, we also torment ourselves by focusing on past mistakes, the things we haven’t achieved, and the comparison of where we are versus where we thought we’d be by now.It is actually quite common for entrepreneurs and small business owners to have moments of sadness and depression. Slowly, more and more are coming out about depression, removing both stigma and stereotype.