Most entrepreneurs reach a stage where they realise they have reached a business growth hump in the road and can’t seem to think of the next step forward. The first few years of a new start-up are crucial and can make or break your business success.
Research has shown that 96% of businesses fail within their first ten years; 90% of these failures are simply because the entrepreneur gave up after deciding that the going was too tough.
Insanity is, after all, doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. But, what if you changed the questions you are asking? By asking the right questions, at the right time, new answers are stimulated which leads to actions and a higher probability of success.
Start asking the right question
Raizcorp has developed a one-day workshop to help entrepreneurs to shift their way of thinking by teaching them to ask the right questions. The Shift Questions workshop was developed to equip entrepreneurs with the ability to think differently about their businesses in order to ‘unlock’ new opportunities.
Allon Raiz, CEO of Raizcorp, will be facilitating the workshop will be utilising new techniques in business development. The workshop will take you through 100 questions that have been carefully crafted to SHIFT the paradigms of your thinking. Each question has been carefully crafted to teach you how to address the many areas of your businesses by getting you to ask thought-provoking questions that will disrupt your traditional way of thinking.
Disrupt your thinking
The workshop will be interactive, with entrepreneurs encouraged to share their experiences with the facilitator and other attendees, so that everyone can get a greater learning benefit all round.
Entrepreneurs with small- to medium-sized businesses would benefit the most from attending the workshop, which aims at answering your most pressing businesses uncertainties and questions will be answered.
The inaugural Shift Questions workshop will take place on 27 September 2014, at the Focus Rooms in Sunninghill, Johannesburg. Tickets are on sale at www.shiftquestions.co.za. For more information contact Nicholas Garden at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 011 566 2000.