Ten questions for employers to ask themselves one. In a question-answer forum CBC, Australia was the first to reply. Do I have the persistence and patience necessary to own a business? It would be nice if once you wrote your business plan all you had to do would be to run without problems and everything fell into place. Maybe it happens to a few companies, but usually somewhere in the plan to get different results than expected. It takes patience to wait the result in the first place. It requires tenacity to keep updating your plan and then try something else until you find a way to make it work. 2.
Is this idea really boost my business? I am very excited about it? If your vision of this business is really convincing that give you the energy to advance their idea. Allows energy to persist even when things do not go according to plan and helps generate enthusiasm in others. 3. "I can generate enthusiasm about my idea of others? New business owners must spend most of their time owners. If the owner of the company itself can make others excited about your business idea, then it is the first step in generating the interest of a client and a customer or strategic partner. The owner must be able to articulate the idea in a convincing way for the client or customer. 4. I am convinced that I am exactly the right person for this business model? "I can explain why? Trust is important in the success of the company.