Hacks to increase your productivity as an Entrepreneur

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Ensuring productivity is one of the most crucial tasks of running an entrepreneurship venture. The success of a company or an entrepreneur is normally measured by how productive it is and how good the venture is. Responsible entrepreneurs pay particular attention to how productive their company is.

In fact, it is highly recommended by famous Indian and UAE based entrepreneur, Hari Shankar Tibrewala, for the novice entrepreneurs to periodically carry out productivity and efficiency reviews.

For example, ensuring that employees are not continually interrupted during work hours is a simple enough way to guarantee productivity. It doesn’t cost a fortune to build a highly productive and efficient team for your venture. Here are some tried and proven hacks any entrepreneur out there:

Use the Right Kind of Tech Tools

The new workplace has made key strides in productivity thanks to technology, mainly tech that enables computerization. Hari Shankar Tibrewala says, “Surprisingly enough, it doesn’t cost much to invest in technology that increases company productivity levels.”

Prioritize the Least Desirable Tasks

Employees can, and certainly do, procrastinate. The main reason people delay is because they view a task as unachievable or impossible to do in a short period of time.

If an employee is stuck with an annoying task he or she refuses to do, then the rest of the remaining tasks suffers as well. Hari Shankar Tibrewala states, “It is better to instruct employees not to leave unwanted tasks to the last minute.” Practice this motto at the workplace and the improved productivity levels will be demonstrable.

Workplaces will be able to evidently experience intended results after implementing the above productivity hacks. It’s better late than never to invest in productivity. So start trying out these two now.

Crucial Things of Life Often Overlooked by Entrepreneurs

You might be satisfied now by establishing yourself as a thriving entrepreneur. We know it is a gratifying sense with sometimes experiencing most stressful times in your journey. With all the hurdles the entrepreneurs face, it is normal for them to neglect some crucial things in life which bring happiness.

Hari Shankar Tibrewala, the entrepreneur who is very active for his venture in South African countries for the local community there, asks, “You may concentrate on what you need to be successful, but are you still concentrating on things which matter in life?”

Time

Time is the thing which most of us overlook. Entrepreneurs take “time” for granted as they are so focused on their venture.

“You must take a break from your work to enjoy life and spend time with your family. Once you are gone, you no longer get to enjoy anything in this life. You must take advantage of the time you have now,” Hari Shankar Tibrewala.

Health

Health is another one of the biggest things which an entrepreneur overlooks. When starting off with a new venture, entrepreneurs work 60-80 hours per week, causing excessive strain on health. Even Hari Shankar Tibrewala has worked for more than 100 hours per week before the launch of his farming project in the South African nations. Entrepreneurs need to find ways to keep themselves in shape.

Spending all your time working and not enough taking care of your health makes you the prime candidate of unwanted diseases.

Don’t believe that being an entrepreneur is the single thing you have in life. Entrepreneurs are more successful when they keep in mind the crucial things in life. Take the time to enjoy your life, stay healthy, and take care of others as well.

Get your motivation back and move on with your goals

The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any. —Alice Walker

If you’ve lost your motivation, the first thing you should do is realize that this is completely normal! This is certainly something Hari Shankar Tibrewala struggled with himself. It happens to all of us. Here are a few positive and productive things to get motivated again.

Consider this feeling is normal

Every entrepreneur goes through phases when they lose motivation. So the main thing is to just change your perspective. When you feel this way, realize its okay and keep in mind that you get to select how you respond.

Go underneath the surface

Start digging into the causes why you’ve lost your motivation. Hari Shankar Tibrewala, who is at present working hard for the farming venture around the South African nations, say that by getting a grasp on it, you can begin to do something about it. What reasons can you come up with for why you don’t feel like doing what you require to do? What are the outcomes of not doing what you need to do to get the results you wish for?

Think clearly of your goals

What is it that you are really trying to attain? Get actually clear on your goals. Hari Shankar Tibrewala suggests the younger entrepreneurs to sit somewhere nice and think calmly, what you want to achieve, work on, and concentrate on.

Prioritise your goals

What is the one thing you need to work on? Make a list of all the steps you need to take to attain it. You’ll feel so much recovered.

The road to your dreams isn’t always easy to navigate but that doesn’t mean you will lose up your hope and motivation. Get motivated from the successful ones and get your entrepreneurial journey ahead!

Being Virtuous and Doing Right Things

Doing the right thing! This seems like a basic principle that most entrepreneur should follow doesn’t it? By now all who have been following this platform and particularly this account will know that one of our favourite things to write is about leadership, and one of our favourite entrepreneurs is Hari Shankar Tibrewala.

Hari Shankar Tibrewala is the entrepreneur to numerous noble ventures, and is regarded to be the brain behind the agro venture in African nations with Plus Group.

According to Hari Shankar Tibrewala, while being a leader and an entrepreneur, you need to do the right thing while doing things right. The former affects satisfaction, and the latter affects productivity and efficiency.

Mr. Tibrewala has observed that when faced with a problem, most novice entrepreneurs look for immediate solutions. Characteristically, they look to actions that generate improvements in a relatively short amount of time. But, this can prove to be very costly down the road. Some entrepreneurs are cutting back on marketing activities to cut costs. At first, the impact on new business may be least, but the longer term impact can be severe. This solves an instant problem but can create much more serious trouble later.

Hari Shankar Tibrewala suggest the beginners saying, “We must make sure that we are not just ‘doing things right,’ but that we are also ‘doing the right things.’ Making strategic decisions without having a tactical, big-picture view can be devastating. I will definitely suggest for a business mentor for good advices and detailed discussions.”

Two Essential Traits of an Entrepreneur

They inspire, but they also intimidate. We are taking about the successful entrepreneurs.

But do you have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur?

Search for “entrepreneurial traits” into Google and the search engine will deliver you with a long list of traits. Hari Shankar Tibrewala, who is into entrepreneurship for almost 2 decades now, says entrepreneurs can surface at any stage of life and from any area, and they come in all personality types.

Tenacity

Working on a venture or starting on the own entrepreneurship is tricky. Entrepreneurs who can avoid saying people have a better chance of finding their market and survive their predictable mistakes. This trait is known by many names such as persistence, perseverance, commitment, determination, etc.

Passion

It’s normally assumed that successful entrepreneurs are driven by money. But most will tell you they are fuelled by a passion for their service or product, by the chance to solve a problem and make life easier, better, cheaper for the people.

“I believed that I was on the side of truth and something good is happening for the country,” Hari Shankar Tibrewala explains while commenting on his agro-based venture in South African countries. “I feel at a core level that this is my destiny to help create a better food system for the local people.”

According to Tibrewala, entrepreneurs need to realize their talents and create a steady effort to cultivate them to full fruition.

Are these two traits in you? There is only one way to find out.