Entrepreneurs, who are struggling to achieve their targets or goals, are generally focused outwards. They have complaints about the government, market conditions, competition, policies, et al. However, they ignore the area that needs to be looked at urgently – themselves. Arvind Khinvesra, an enterprising Business coach, elevates an entrepreneur’s thought processes and professional skills which, in turn, elevate their business.
Are you someone who has the burning desire to succeed?
Are you looking forward to multiply your business growth?
Coach Arvind Khinvesra of Achieve ThySelf, a leading Business Coach, has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs work on their skills and enabled them to make their business dreams a reality.
After working with the top professionals for 20 years in his corporate job, and with hundreds of entrepreneurs thereafter, Coach Arvind realized most entrepreneurs struggle to scale up, not due to the external conditions, but due to their own limitations. And these limitations could be as simple as their lack of clear thought process. Their inhibitions as well as a lack of professional skills required to manage a growing enterprise can be other limiting factors.
Entrepreneurial Insight – Result Oriented Action
Entrepreneurs, not satisfied with their business growth, need to look inwards. To be able to win over the external world, they need to look at three key areas:
1) Belief system and what drives their behaviour
2) Professional skills required to manage a growing business
3) Implementation or ‘taking action’
Coach Arvind, who has worked with top leaders and entrepreneurs in the industry believes that business growth can be achieved if entrepreneurs understand their own and business’ strengths, and he works with entrepreneurs to help them leverage their strengths and overcome their weaknesses.
While talking to media Coach Arvind said, “Most entrepreneurs don’t need solutions; they already have it in them. They only need someone who can help them introspect and guide them to find these within and implement them.”
His personal experience of and working in a small manufacturing firm has helped him appreciate the problems of the Indian entrepreneur. And his work with global leaders of multinational corporations has armed him with techniques and system called “Entrepreneur Insight” to overcome these challenges and take the business to the next level.