New Edition has literally been around for more than 35 years and they have been able to sustain a legacy that most groups never could.They have taken breaks, come back together, split up in different directions and even had success without each other but they always knew the value of what they started in Boston as kids. I was thinking, there are a lot of things that this group has done that would be a great lesson to entrepreneurs when it comes to success and sustaining. Here it is. Hit “Next” below the each post for the next segment.
Start with your passion
Any good business starts with passion. It is when you’re most hungry are you going to put your best foot forward. It is also when you often least understood. But the benefits will pay off
Run the course
As you become more successful, Always keep in mind why started. There’s a good chance you may not be prepared for all the things that come with success. The discipline, self-motivation, the bad business deals, and surrounding yourself with the wrong people don’t have to be completely disastrous. Especially, if you learn the lessons behind it.
When you see that there’re problems the worst thing that you can do is ignore them. Eventually, they will destroy the self-esteem of the business and infect all people involved with the negativity. It’s better to cut your losses and move in another direciotn than to lose your entire business. You must make the necessary changes in order to continue to grow.
When it’s no longer fun stop doing it
When it gets to a point that it’s no longer fun, use your options to either change course, and do something else, or take a break. But keep in mind the reason you started. If the passion is gone and you no longer enjoy doing it. It’s going to show in your work.
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