Real-life lessons from the new startup as a Social Entrepreneur.

How I met Lata Singh from MEQ Academy

Lata’s story as Social Entrepreneur:

  1. Startups work through networking and word of mouth. You need to start being vocal about your products and services. Always start from your inner circle of family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors.
  2. While offering your services to the client, talk about how your product/offering can ease their life. Nobody would be willing to buy a service/product unless they see tangible benefits like easing their life or something.
  3. Never ignore the power of social media. Most of the MSMEs get their clients only through social media. If you are not an expert at it, hire someone who can help you with that stuff.
  4. Don’t try to diverge your products immediately. Stick to your core business area till the time you are known in the market as an expert.
  5. Lastly, resilience and growth mindset is the most important traits that an entrepreneur should possess, as the entrepreneurial journey always has some ups and downs, which the business owner should travel all alone if required.

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I am a Kids and Parents Life Coach as well as an Author and Mental Health, parenting blogger. You can reach me at my blog — https://mommyshravmusings.com

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I am a Kids and Parents Life Coach as well as an Author and Mental Health, parenting blogger. You can reach me at my blog — https://mommyshravmusings.com

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