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Timetrepreneur's Podcast - Create Time For You
9 minutes | Jul 20, 2020
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9 minutes | Jul 7, 2020
What is a slash entrepreneur? And why do new generations find this important become one?
What does it mean to be a slash entrepreneur/individual? This means that you have more than one job/career/business. This is relatively new, because before in the older generation most people just do one job, and most likely stay in one company for a very long time. Nowadays, the new generation tend to become a hybrid - dentist / tutor ; coach / copy writer ; admin / violin teacher How do traditional employers look at SLASH-ER?To some traditional employers, people with slash careers may seem not able to be fully committed to their jobs and may turn them down/ It's true because most likely Slashers will continue to pursue higher levels and keep on polishing themselves in their fields. But this doesn't mean they can't do their job well! Instead we will do time management well to be able to cater to both our daily professions/jobs and do our side hustle at the same time. This should be how modern employers should look as Slashers!Any obstacles in being a SLASH entrepreneur? 1) Time2) EnergyIt is very difficult to balance between multiple companies/jobs on a weekly/daily basis. I find out from my own experience that most of us can only do 2 jobs at once, if completely different fields. Sometimes even if Time issue is solved by decreasing travel time or using digital work process, it is still very difficult.Hence I do a regular review every 3 months to look at how to redistribute time and energy between my companies and jobs.Why this generation after 2020 is the best time to Embrace a ‘Slash’ Career? also it is very important!1) enjoy a diversified life - different friends/colleagues/skillset2) lower chance of burn out - be able to look forward to different environments, lower chance of burning out from repetitive work all the time3) life-long learning - personal growth - source of happiness4) future proof yourself - becoming relevant in different fields, can give you more opportunities in different careers especially in such a disruptive area5) increase chance of success - maybe you will be able to identify a big opportunity in one of the careers you are working in, that may become your first golden egg!6) multiple income stream - goes with saying =]Should employers hire people with slash careers?definite YESCAN'T SAY IT FOR ALLbut you may find most of clash entrepreneurs to be ->- motivated- equipped with different skill sets- good communication skills- (maybe) innovative [super high level!]but most likely, don't expect them to work with you for a very long time, unless your company will have growth opportunities or very good economic security to allow them to pursue their side hustle with a good side income flow - still the value they can bring to you on a part time basis could be massive!
5 minutes | Mar 10, 2020
Day 14 Prepare Your Own Dashboard
10 criteria to see how you yourself are holding up Emotional statusPersonal satisfactionFinancial achievementHealthIncomeSpendingCustomer satisfactionProfitabilityFamily timeSleepAre you creating the impact that you want? Ready to stay on track? Gauge yourself periodically to keep grinding.
6 minutes | Mar 9, 2020
Day 13 Grow Your Business and Expand!
Build sales funnelFind out the scalable part of your businessHave good customer management systemFind more ways to be better than your competitionCustomer loyalty programNurture your existing customersForm existing partnershipLeverage global platformsKeep increase credibilityFranchise modelsCross-sell, up-sellDiversify Merger and acquisition
5 minutes | Mar 7, 2020
Day 12 4 Important KPI s Your Company Should Consider
Total revenue within a time periodGross profit marginConsider time cost and salary cost Sales growth - personal or team growthSales closing ratioBe industry specific
7 minutes | Mar 5, 2020
Day 11 Two Important Sales Technique You Should Know.m4a
SNAP SellingConsultative and Solution SellingPractice in front of a mirrorRole play with your team membersEvery customer is precious
6 minutes | Mar 3, 2020
Day 10 Important Marketing Things To Know
BrandingKnow yourself and know your customersSocial media AdsGreat websiteSEO, get on the first pageEmail listGoogle my business - fantastic for local businessesIncrease business awareness - freebiesFocus on your existing customers for more referrals
4 minutes | Mar 1, 2020
Day 9 Focus On Collaboration
Collaborate within the teamWork with he best efficiencyStart to delegateTeam based incentivesDiversify teamCollaborate with other businesses after internally is already very smooth
7 minutes | Feb 28, 2020
Day 8 Focus On Being Different, Being Better
Make business worthwhile, how to stand out from the competition?Deliver extraordinary serviceAddress customer pain pointsDo your business in a different way from 90% of the competitionFocus on narrow nicheCreate a powerful offer or guarantee - eliminate barriersCreate amazing company cultureHelp the communitySocial Business (further down the road)
5 minutes | Feb 26, 2020
Day 7 Focusing On Doing, Create Value For Your Customer
Focus your time on "doing" , create salesFind time to sit down and do strategic planning once you find out something doesn't workClarify values Consistently monitor the competitionCreate a vision and make it more clear, going towards the next stepBuild relationships and prepare for the futureDon't bother building a complicated system at the beginningCreate revenue stream first
5 minutes | Feb 23, 2020
Day 6 Giving Your Business It's “Shape”
Your main value propositionConcise and clarity is the key Communicable and easy to visualizeMake your idea "Boxable"Starts to be coherent with your brandingPrice must be included, clear pricing structure
5 minutes | Feb 21, 2020
Day 5 Check Out Your Competition
Google macro search the topic/industryKeywords searchSet up google alertsWhat industry analyst are saying tailored to the geographical Rea you are targetLooking at behaviours consumers of that particular industrySocial media research is gaining in significancePotential customers?Conferences of the particular industry you want to target
4 minutes | Feb 19, 2020
Day 4 Set Your SMART Goals
Focus on the goals, work backwardsSet a timeline and try your best to follow itSet SMART Goals - make it clear and reachableSpecific (simple, sensible, significant).Measurable (meaningful, motivating).Achievable (agreed, attainable).Relevant (reasonable, realistic and resourced, results-based).Time bound (time-based, time limited, time/cost limited, timely, time-sensitive).
5 minutes | Feb 18, 2020
Day 3 Preparing Your Business Mindset
Emotional Drive/Trigger to pushesDo not underestimate the effort and time require to operate the businessMake sure the venture is something you look forward toReady to scale it up once it works?Find out the knowledge gaps and consider the time and energy to acquire itEmotional support Be mentally prepared for operating a business
9 minutes | Feb 16, 2020
Day 2 “Plan” But Don’t “Overplan” Your Business Plan
Market Analysis - target group, customers, size, customer lifetime valueCompetitive Analysis -big and small brands, look at similar products to your ideasManagement and operations - you, or partners? how to use time effectivelyMarketing and Sales - How to you plan on acquiring customers? How to close transactions?Financial summary - Bookkeeping, how to be systematic, how to budget and put aside money for your business?
5 minutes | Feb 15, 2020
Day 1 - Find Your Business Idea
Find the courage to begin something!Find a problem to solveFind out how to solve that problemCustomer and clients potential satisfactionWill you like your own idea?Do research! Not just on Google! Allow your subconscious help you, trust your mindBrainstorm different solutions then narrow it downShape your idea practicallyWrite it down, discuss it with people you trust, seek criticism
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