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How to Think Like an Entrepreneur

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In this ever-changing world, we are constantly forced to reinvent ourselves. This reinvention process by very nature requires an entrepreneurial thinking. And that takes deliberate mindset, habits, and surroundings. Here is what I have learned about entrepreneurial mindset.

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How to Think Like an Entrepreneur

  1. 10 Most Important Things About Building an Entrepreneurial Mindset - by Faisal Hoque founder of
  2. “We are all constantly forced to reinvent, and that takes entrepreneurial thinking with deliberate mindset, habits, and surroundings.” © Faisal Hoque
  3. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR LOVE “It is only when we find the love of our true calling that we find inspiration to fight for our purpose.” 1 © Faisal Hoque
  4. YOU ARE YOUR GREATEST INVESTMENT “Devotion is our best sustainable self-investment. You can lose everything, but no one can take your authentic craft.” 2 © Faisal Hoque
  5. The fearless are busy creating their future “Acting fearlessly often means heading into uncharted territory, challenging conventional paths, or putting aside the need for safety and comfort.” 3 © Faisal Hoque
  6. Suffering needs to be your friend “It is only when we learn to welcome suffering, we are able to get up repeatedly. For an entrepreneur, pain is a must — therefore suffering needs be optional.” 4 © Faisal Hoque
  7.  you need to Inspire yourself every day “Inspiration can come from anywhere and anyone. For example, writing allows me to consciously put positive reaffirmations on paper to visualize my destiny.” 5 © Faisal Hoque
  8. work smarter to be more productive “Entrepreneurship is about achieving goals with limited resources. Therefore being “effective” everyday is part and parcel of entrepreneurial thinking.” 6 © Faisal Hoque
  9. avoid people who hold you back “It is important to avoid people who bring us down, waste our time, take us backward, and have no empathy in our suffering.” 7 © Faisal Hoque
  10. BELIEVING IN CHANCE ENCOUNTERS MOVES US FORWARD “In any journey — entrepreneurial or otherwise — there are many encounters. Some are planned; some are by accident; and some by divine intervention.” 8 © Faisal Hoque
  11. SAYING NO AND MAKING TOUGH CALLS IS ESSENTIAL   “It takes more courage to say no than to say yes. But if we do it, we protect ourselves from making poor decisions.” 9 © Faisal Hoque
  12. NO ONE SUCCEEDS IN A SILO “We never know whom we may inspire or influence, or who may inspire and influence us. Today’s stranger may be tomorrow’s partner.” 10 © Faisal Hoque
  13. About Me Founder of Shadoka and other companies. Shadoka enables entrepreneurship, growth, and social impact. Formerly with GE and other global brands. Author of several books, including “Everything Connects – How to Transform and Lead in the Age of Creativity, Innovation and Sustainability” (McGraw Hill, Spring 2014) and “Survive to Thrive – 27 Practices of Resilient Entrepreneurs, Innovators, And Leaders” (Motivational Press, 2015). Follow me @faisal_hoque. Faisalhoque.com | shadoka.com © Faisal Hoque

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