Angel investing isn’t simply a one-way scenario where the individual who is considering handing over the funding happens to hold all the cards, says Raj Dhonata.
Author Raj Dhonota
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It isn't easy to stay inspired all the time. Ex-Apprentice contestant Raj Dhonota gives his nine top tips for staying on the ball at all times.
You’ve sweated big time over crucial decisions and spent many a sleepless night come payday. Then there’s all that daily nurturing you’ve been painstakingly carrying out for your business over the years. But sometimes – blasé though it may seem – it’s simply time to shut up shop and move on in a personal sense.
Excited about your new product or service and desperate to get investment so you can get started? Great! But perhaps you’re not quite sure how to go about obtaining that funding?
Managed to secure an interview with an angel investor? Great stuff. But that’s only half the battle to getting the finances you need to get your business ball rolling.
High flying entrepreneurs at the helm of their empire try to do everything and get little done. Business owners are constantly trying to multi-task, and although we know that trying to do so makes us less focussed and less productive, it’s an inevitable outcome of the real world we do business in. There will never be just one task.