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How to Achieve Success in Business After Failing the First Time

Updated on March 10, 2016

Are you thinking about going back to business even after the first failure you have to be confident and should not think about the failure? You have to set a goal this time to achieve the success. So, what is that you have to do for that? Is it possible to analyses the reasons for the failure? If you can s take a piece of paper and write down all the reasons for that and now start looking for the answers. Before you launch this new business, I will ask you some questions, please find the responses, and if you think that you have answered all the issues well go ahead start putting that in action.

Did you find the reasons for failure and then find ways to achieve success?

Are you making sure that you are not investing a lot of money?

If you are going to borrow the capital is it with the modest interest rate?

Have you decided on your business structure?

Hove you got enough manpower?

Have you selected a niche that you have the real passion for it, checked the market, and the competitors as well?

Have you done your business plan?

Have you got a plan to keep your financial records properly if not, you could be out of business soon?

Have you done your cash flow forecast?

Have you found an accountant and an attorney?

Most of the people start the business to make money for themselves, but you have to make sure whether this business is going help other people to solve their problems, if not, the possibility of promoting your product will become impossible. People will not spend their money if they do not benefit anything from it. So, when you are starting a business, you should be able to attract the customers and also retain them.

Researchers have shown 50% of the start-ups fail, but this is going to be your second venture. Therefore, you need to think about answering further questions that I am going to write about the requirements for new set up. It is not to scare you but to help you to be aware of everything that you need to know.

Tips to know to achieve business success

Are you starting the business for the right reason?

Lack of sales for poor marketing and bad choice of the niche

Suitable location for the business

Not managing the company properly

Business cash used for personal expenses.

Maintain a separate bank account

Proper accounting systems.

No consistency and enough focus on business will lead to failure.

Not enough capital

Competitors are doing better than you.

If you are in need of capital, prepare your business plan and calculate the product cost and pricing, approach the bank for a loan. You should always have some extra cash to meet the unexpected events. Planning is one of the most important factors in a setup of the business, and you might find it difficult to estimate your market size, but you need to spend more time on your marketing and include the certain extra expenses in your cash flow. It is crucial to maintain a cash flow forecast, to be aware of your daily, weekly or monthly incomings and outgoings. Good luck!


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