A person can run his business with a preplanned strategy but still, the business would be as unpredictable as his life.
According to Ms. Yamini Sharma “no doubt business is a brain game but how can we forget that to run a business we need lots of human beings and a human being is so much beyond his brain only.”
Keeping your personal and professional lives separate is another thing and facing such situations where you have to choose either brain or heart is another.
In your business career, you will often find yourself in a situation where you have to take a decision that might hurt the feelings of your co-founders, management team, or employees but in order to take your business to the top you have to make a wise decision.
Ms. Yamini Sharma says “firing an employee might break his and even your heart as well but somewhere you know that you have given him enough chances to improvise and this is the high time to make a decision not only for the growth of your business but to also set an example for other employees. You have to understand that business is a serious thing and you have to be straightforward, brutally honest, strict, and criticized as well for the sake of your success sometimes.”
Your staff might call you by names like the Shark, Hitler, or the rude boss but you have to keep calm and motivate them to not only work for you but work with you.
Being a good entrepreneur doesn’t mean that you always need to be serious, rude, or cruel to everyone. You also should be humble, understanding and enough ethical to treat your employees right. This will not only balance your personality but also bring a positive work environment for everyone.
Being an entrepreneur you will face tons of situations when it will be so tough to take a decision but it’s totally up to your ethics, wiseness, and finesse that how you understand where you need to keep your heart or feelings aside and take a rough decision that might take away your smile for a few seconds but gives long and healthy life to your business.