It Ain’t Over Until It’s Over

Mistakes are a fact of life; it is the response to error that counts. We all make mistakes and fail at some point in our lives, but rather than running and hiding, learn how to overcome failure. Failure can hurt. It can stop you dead in your tracks and make you question everything about yourself. But it doesn’t have to be the end of the world. It doesn’t have to be the end of your journey unless you allow it to be. In fact, it can even be turned into a secret weapon if you can learn how to spin your stumbles into strengths. Every time we fail we fret it, we try to avoid and we question ourselves. But the simple truth is, no great success was ever achieved without failure.

Failures are stepping stones to achieve our dreams. Ever found someone who always had everything work out for him with no struggles? The answer will always be ‘no’. Don’t expect that success will be there at every door you may also encounter failure at times. It is a natural part of the process so don’t afraid of failure rather; be prepared for it and try to find ways by which you can minimize the losses of the failure. Moving on from failure is very important in order to achieve your entrepreneurial goals and it won’t happen automatically. You will have to rise up and say, ‘yes! I am moving on with my life’. When you deal with failures you try to take actions as soon as possible equivalent to
running from the problems; instead, take a moment so that you can be sure that you are making right decisions for future. Always try to learn something from your mistakes. Never think failure as a waste of time, it is the time invested in gaining more knowledge and experience. “Failure should be your teacher, not Undertaker. It is a temporary detour, not a dead end.”


Entrepreneurship is not about just creating a company but about the journey of walking on the path full of thorns and obstacles till you reach the success. It is like moving from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm. It takes the courage and ability to remain comfortable in times of discomfort where the more you cultivate being at ease during the time of challenge, the greater your life will be.

Starting as an entrepreneur is like putting yourself on sale where every day you will experience new encumbrance and challenges. An entrepreneur is like an artist who is essentially a visualizer, who can visualize something and knows how exactly to make it happen. An entrepreneur should have a healthy dose of desire to reach their big vision if they want to eventually arrive at success. You don’t need to be an entrepreneur to get started with your first endeavor; you need to get started with your first endeavor to be an entrepreneur. Don’t stop on
failure; keep moving ahead on the journey of achieving something.

ER4U-Easy Retail For You

Retailers have a high risqué and complicated environment conditions to work in the tricky and tiresome tracts of trade. The retail market has to deal with the management of inventory and its cost, clearance of existing stock, e-commerce scenario and the challenges possessed by the competition of market situations. ER4U provides a service to retailers which deals with factors like purchase, inventory, sales, accounts, human resource and customer relationship management, benefiting store and e-commerce sales with easy to operate the software. The true increment and smooth proceeding in sells is the outcome for the retailers by the assistance of ER4U.

The Help Gained From Background

Abhinav Saxena and Sohil Bansal launched the startup in June 2015, which has now served more than 50 retailers in Indore and Bhopal. Coming from a retail business background they had the understanding of the economy of the retail market and also the retailer mindset, which made them realize about the discrepancy of the current scene challenges and the traditional method approach. The lack of proper infrastructure and state of distance from modern technology discourages the workflow.

Solving a Big Problem!

This unorganized sector excited them to work in this direction where they had a solution of a problem. The competition was not their priority of focus instead they had a clear intention of simplification of software and system. ER4U boarded suppliers onto the system enabling them to form an interactive community for the benefits of multidirectional interests. A single channel with every sect of interest is definitely the need of traders and
their suppliers and ER4U is their doing so, revolutionizing the market.


Read About These 3 Accidental Entrepreneurs!

Some of the most flourishing and encouraging entrepreneurs never set out with the goal of running a big company. Many are simply provoked to develop solutions to a problem that they face. And these solutions come to them as ideas that turn into business ventures. Here are some of the stories of accidental entrepreneurs:

1. Doug Lacombe

After losing his job found himself wondering what to do next. After spending six months looking for a full-time job, Lacombe opened Communicatto, a digital marketing firm that has been a growing successfully.

2. Janine Allis

Founder of Boost Juice, a housewife who turned into entrepreneur overnight. She had no business experience before. One day she came up with an idea and turned it into a multinational corporation with over 400 stores in 12 countries. She believes that there is no right way to business success and that anyone is capable of succeeding.

 

3. Melissa Kieling

She is another accidental entrepreneur who founded PackIt, which makes foldable, freezable lunch bags. PackIt has been named one of the fastest growing private companies. Kieling, a single mother who at one point had just some dollars left in her account, said that she started PackIt at her kitchen table after years of finding ways to
keep the fresh healthy lunches she packed for her kids.