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7 Powerful System Hacks of Successful Entrepreneurs

Updated on March 11, 2020
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Nitin is a certified executive coach. He has experience in leadership and team building for many years. He likes to see people succeed.

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Have you wanted to know the secrets of successful entrepreneurs? What is it that sets them apart from the crowd?

Well, successful entrepreneurs don't do different things, they just do things differently.

They know what will work and what will not. They are great at networking.

They are born with the knack to succeed.

You can take a look at most great entrepreneurs like Gary Vaynerchuk, Brian Tracy, Vick Striezhus, Robin Sharma, Tony Robbins, and others.

One thing they all have in common is that they have developed systems. It is the system that gives the name, fame, and revenue.

Systems work in a wonderful way. They always deliver results.

Here are 7 such systems that successful entrepreneurs have developed so that they can succeed easily.

1. Establish right priorities

Successful entrepreneurs know how to distinguish between the important tasks and unimportant ones.

They have learned the secret of prioritizing tasks.

They categorize tasks and then work on the ones that are important, the ones that will contribute towards their goals.

They don't want to waste their precious time on tasks that will not help them achieve their goals.

They pick and choose very wisely.

2. Plan the daily activities

Successful entrepreneurs are masters at planning things.

They can plan, schedule, and execute things smoothly and with finesse.

Somebody has rightly said," If you fail to plan, you plan to fail."

Planning should be the foundation of any entrepreneurial activity. Successful entrepreneurs are aware of this fact.

Before thinking about taking up any project, they plan about it. They consider all aspects related to the project-The the finances, the people needed, the materials, and any other relevant issues.

They brainstorm all the situations that can come up and decide how to tackle them.

The wonderful thing is that they plan every single day. That's the reason why they are successful.

Some of them use journals or diaries to write down their schedules.

Others use online applications or software to plan and monitor their schedules.

3. Establish momentum

Every good and successful leader knows that momentum is his best friend.

Once things are set into motion, they obtain a life of their own.

A good leader knows that and acts accordingly.

He knows the power of momentum. Thus he tries to gain momentum in all his projects.

Once something gains momentum, it can grow very fast and big. Thus maintaining momentum is vital for growth and success.

A leader is different than a manager.

A leader can set things into motion but a manager can't do it. A manager can just maintain the momentum but can not start things.

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4. Adhere to principles

Successful entrepreneurs have on thing in common and that is their adherence to moral principles.

They have the conviction that truth is a truth even if no one believes it and a lie is a lie even if everyone believes it.

They have certain standards in life and they never break those standards.

They strictly adhere to principles and expect others to do the same.

They attain success due to their adherence to principles among other things.

Successful people never compromise their convictions and principles.

5. Take care of their health and fitness

Successful people are not just after money all the time.

They care about their health and fitness too.

They realize the importance of staying healthy in order to give their best to their work.

They may go for walking, running or other forms of exercise.

They may even hit the gym several times a week to keep in shape.

They exercise regularly and are careful to eat healthy food.

They eat well and they sleep well too.

They don't neglect their health.

6. Invest in personal development

They are very conscious of their branding and so they invest heavily in personality development.

They take courses about bettering themselves, time management, increasing productivity, etc.

They attend masterminds and seminars. They are always trying to learn something more.

They even hire coaches to help them on their journey.

Income always corresponds to the level of personal development the person has arrived. Successful people try to develop their personality to reap its many benefits.

They listen to motivational messages and watch inspiring videos on YouTube.

They are serious about developing themselves in every possible way.

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7. Utilize the power of teamwork

Successful entrepreneurs are aware of the power and synergy of teamwork.

They never try to work alone. They chose capable and talented people to be on the team.

They build the team in such a way that everyone contributes something to the common goals.

He nurtures the team at a great personal price. He is always available for his team.

He realizes the power of synergy and so gives himself selflessly to build a winning team.

The team helps him to accomplish his goals.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Nitin Khaire

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    • hmkrishna profile image

      Halemane Muralikrishna 

      5 days ago from South India

      Entrepreneurs are leaders and leadership qualities make them successful. It is a good article to follow by startup entrepreneurs to inculcate for success, Well written for the benefits f those beginners, Mr Nitin.

    • Ekktha Raawal profile image

      Ekktha Raawal 

      2 weeks ago from Indore, India

      The points mentioned in the article can be applied by all. The chances of success would definitely be higher, if one inculcates these habits and hacks in daily life. Having worked with so many enterprenuers directly, I can certainly say that they've always followed these points.

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      Natasha Tungare 

      2 weeks ago from India

      We all are aware about all these methods but the way you have explained makes it unique and easy to execute

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