Entrepreneurialism is something which so many young students which to do as a career and whilst it may be attractive on the face of it, there is a lot more to finding success as an entrepreneur than simply having a great idea. Girish Kumar Navani is someone who I have had the pleasure to work with for a number of years now and he is very much someone who has had to hustle hard to get to where he is. I wanted to share with you some of the skills which Girish Kumar Navani possesses which have directly contributed towards his success, and these are skills which many entrepreneurs possess, let’s take a look.
Girish Kumar Navani runs a software solutions business and this is an industry which has some very steep competition. In fact I have been with Girish since the early days and back then very few clients would give us the time of day. Not once did I see Girish drop his head or let the negativity get to him. Instead, every time that Girish was rejected or told no, he would go again with a new plan and a new approach. Eventually this all out persistence began to pay off and it was a key skill which helped him to find success.
I have worked in a number of offices just like this one where the boss stays behind closed doors in their ivory tower, whilst the rest of the workforce have to just get on with things, only knowing about what the leadership want us to know about. With Girish Kumar Navani however this is not the case, he is a boss who is very present and who includes his workforce in almost all business matters. This has helped to gain the buy-in from the employees and it also increases the respect which they have for Girish.
Ever since we began working together Girish has had dreams far beyond his own reality and he has always been someone who constantly has one eye on what is around the corner. In doing this he can not only spot danger before it arrives but he is also able to spot opportunities which has greatly helped the business in terms of growth.
People often say that the person who is most driven in the office is the owner of the leader but the truth is that this is very rarely the case. Girish however bucks this trend and he really is someone who is running at 110% all of the time. The result of this is that the employees see the drive ad motivation which he has and they begin to mimic it. This is how Girish inspires, he gets the employees onside because he leads by example every single day.
At the very least you will need these skills if you want to become as successful as Girish.