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What Giant Success Takes: The Keys in Making it Big in the Business World

Mar 14, 2008
Have you ever wondered why Chinese are one of the most successful entrepreneur in the business world? In close scrutiny, among the companies that are funded by the foreign nationalities, over 70% are Chinese-owned. Their investments are even more than half of the total investment capital of the business. Chinese businessmen usually own 60% of the shares in the different businesses all over the world.

So, whatís with the Chinese entrepreneurs that they have the tendency to always make it big in the industry? Why is it that they always succeed whenever they are engaged into any kind of business?

The answer lies on the fact that they possess what it takes to succeed in the business. They possess the qualities that are needed in order to survive in the hustle and bustle of everyday living in the industry.

Primarily, courage and grit are the primary ìtriggersî with the success of many Chinese. They believe that if you want to establish a business, you need to take chances.

The Chinese used their thriftiness and trade to get ahead. For example, a Chinese businessman that is into clothes and garments would usually cut the garments themselves. There are times that the Chinese businessmen had their own businesses, but would still help their family on whatever activities that would help them earn more money.

In some cases, these people would work all night long even if their hands get swollen just so they could finish what must be done at once.

Secondly, the Chinese were dedicated to their work. Hence, it is important for every businessperson to incorporate the values that can be found in the Chinese like assuming all the roles that are necessary in order to run the business. Best of all, they would teach that to their children. No wonder why most successful businessmen are considered as jack-of-all-trades.

Hence, this kind of commitment results to a certain kind of philosophy, in which Chinese businessmen believe in: business titles are not that important with regards to their roles in the company.

The good thing about being a good entrepreneur is to disregard business titles. What matters most is to focus on things that need to be done and they do it.

The Chinese work ethic is pragmatically sustainable as far as the businessí success is concerned. For some nationalities, education is the be-all and end-all and business is just a means of getting a good education. Most people are being conditioned to study well so we can find a good job. We are not being taught the value of entrepreneurship, but for many Chinese, they dream of making it big, and business is a means of achieving that.

The best entrepreneurs even contend that the lack of appreciation for entrepreneurship is one of the main reasons why some countries have not moved forward economically.

So, what does it takes to have a giant leap to success? Here are some tips that Chinese businessmen had learned and will love to teach to those who want to make it big in the industry:

1. Find your target market

It would be better to choose a business no one else would try out because it was not a typical elite or socially appealing business.

The logic here is that it is, indeed, easier to start a business for middle-end childrenís clothes, for example, but you will just as easily lose money because there are a lot of you fighting for the same market.

2. Do not spend too much on things that are not important. Save more money.

It is important for every person to know the value of money and the importance of saving for a rainy day.

3. Do not believe in any ìget-rich-quickî scheme.

Most entrepreneurs would contend that it is common for every trade to lose some money within two years of operation. Do not be crestfallen. Focus on establishing a base of operations and learning from your mistakes.

4. Be penny-wise

Spend only on things that you can afford.

5. Choose your customers well

Go for quality rather than quantity. Chinese businesses do not advertise as much as Western businesses because they believe that the ìword-of-mouthî is the key to getting new clients. It is better to rely on goodwill that you generate in your business.

Boiled down, leaping through a giant step to success and in making it big in the industry, it is better to have a personal approach to work. No matter how petty the patch up is, it is better to visit your clients personally. In turn, this makes the customer feel contented because the proprietor himself is actually solving the problem in person!
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