This Is How The New Age Startup Entrepreneurs Rock The Market?

Abhishek Shah
3 min readMar 4, 2020

Entrepreneurs are a curious bunch of innovators, who are self-reliant and focused. They are constantly mastering their own craft and developing their own niche. They do the same things differently, act differently and dare to think beyond the surface. A relatively young breed of entrepreneurs today owns most startups. They opted out of corporations, schools, and colleges only to feed their own passions.

Wondering how they rock the market? Well, you’re just 7 steps away from being there. Imbibe these thoughts, and chances are you may be on the path to doing something creatively insane!

1. Discover your calling

Take some time off and do some real thinking. List down your passions. Think of what lifts your spirits high, gives you immense happiness and yet ensures productivity. We are all blessed with talents that are waiting to be utilized in worthy pursuits.

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2. Think about a successful neighbourhood

Surrounding yourself with a bunch of successful people will help you connect with their traits and values. The qualities they exhibit and their motivational zest will foster your growth and thinking abilities too.

3. Craft your creative edge

Innovation is not only a habit of entrepreneurs but also their resource to face adverse situations. Entrepreneurs have made groundbreaking developments with their ability to think beyond limits. For instance, Steve Jobs not only explored the digital market with a visionary flair, but his innovative edge has indelibly given us seamless technology.

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4. Risk it once a while

Successful entrepreneurs ventured out of their corporate jobs, dropped out of schools and colleges, only to make sure that their ideas clicked. If it weren’t for Marc Zuckerberg, we wouldn’t have been able to connect with friends/relatives and the world with Facebook. His idea not only bridged geographical barriers but also connected us to people from different walks of life.

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5. When you think BIG, you get BIG

Be a visionary of the future and not the resident of the present. No man ever made history with small dreams. YouTube, Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter etc. are perfect examples of visionaries who dared to dream big by transforming a simple idea.

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6. Don’t let their opinion derail you

Success comes with its own baggage. While some of your near ones are going to be genuinely happy, your opponents might be stressing on how luck favoured your success. They might not agree with your ideas and visions, but don’t let that play the wrong chords inside you.

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7. Optimism should be your only mantra

While setbacks can boggle you down, fretting over the same won’t fetch you success. Staying put is a hidden asset that you must possess. Who better than J.K Rowling can cite this point to us? Despite being rejected by scores of publishing houses, she didn’t give up. Her optimistic approach has unleashed her stories in the fiction to a different high.

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The thought of being self-employed can entice you, but the inculcating attributes of an entrepreneur require focus and determination, at an invariable level. They put in tremendous energy; think uniquely, leaving no stone untouched.

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Abhishek Shah

Nomad | Early Stage Investor | Wannabe Anthropologist | Technology Evangelist | Curious, Inquisitive & Experimental Entrepreneur