Achieving universal business success is an aspiration for every entrepreneur. With business success in the UK and Poland, Managing Director at Monarch Movements, Damian Crofts has shared his five golden rules for business success.
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Managing Director, Damian Crofts is an award-winning entrepreneur with seven years of experience in developing aspiring entrepreneurs. He is passionate about sharing his advice and knowledge to develop ambitious professionals. Through personal experience and the help of coaches and mentors, Mr Crofts has identified the five golden rules for business success.
Mr Crofts contends that one of the most critical factors in both business and personal success is vision. The road to success is full of ups and downs and having a vision is vital when things aren’t going to plan.
2. Get Out of Your Comfort Zone
Brian Tracy once said, “Move out of your comfort zone. You can only grow if you are willing to feel awkward and uncomfortable when you try something new.” Mr Crofts urges every aspiring entrepreneur to take the leap of faith and step outside of their comfort zones and to take calculated risks for both personal and professional development
3. Keep learning
Mr Crofts is an advocate for continued education. He believes that for people to achieve their goals and reach their full potential that they must commit to ongoing education. Monarch Movements is continually evaluating its marketing practices and evolving strategies to ensure as a company it stays ahead of the competition and consistently delivers quality results for clients. “No matter who you are on what level you’re at, there is always room for improvement. If you want to be the best you have to keep improving,” commented Mr Crofts.
4. Analyse the Competition
Knowing your competition is vital argues Mr Crofts. The award-winning entrepreneur argues that competitors can help inspire new ideas and strategies. The business owner regularly assesses the competition to find new ways to improve and stay ahead. “Competition forces you to stay on top of your game and prevents you from becoming stagnant,” said Mr Crofts.
“Never underestimate networking and the value of building a network of coaches that have proven success,” commented Mr Crofts. The Monarch Movements director believes that entrepreneurs should make networking a priority and capitalise on every networking opportunity that comes their way to form a diverse network of like-minded professionals to assist them on their business journey.