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7 things an entrepreneur needs to know. A success story from Matvey Rezanov Featured

“In 2016, I made the final decision to become an entrepreneur. I realized that doing my own projects is what I really want to do. However, as soon as the decision was made and large projects and cooperation began, I leaed a lot of new things for myself. By that time, I already had my own start-up project and experience starting new projects from scratch. We have brought a number of digital projects to record profits and established communications with partners around the world. The cases of our agency Rezanov Consulting Group can be found in the Apple Store and on the play market. Trading platforms on Amazon have already been implemented, blockchain projects have been launched. At the moment, my venture fund Lanier Capital is already attracting investments for large business IT projects” - young entrepreneur Matvey Rezanov, a young entrepreneur shared his experience.

Matvey is currently 22 years old. At the same time, at his young age, the entrepreneur already travels the world and advises aspiring Businessmen. Within the framework of the Rezanov Consulting Group consulting agency, more than 20 successful inteational cases have been implemented.

“I know how to help you get off the ground and launch your successful project. I will tell you how to get the necessary financing and attract investment capital. The old technologies of drawing up business plans no longer work, now is a different time. Diligent accountants no longer study business plans for years, because dynamics is now important for successful projects. Those who arrive in static, unfortunately, die and do not scale. I have put my experience and knowledge into 7 basic business principles that will help everyone! Try them!” - said Matvey Rezanov.

7 new rules of a new business without borders from Lanier Capital

1 Courage 

If you are determined to succeed in business, you have to be damn brave. Be prepared for the fact that no one will believe in you, except yourself. This is a fact, you just have to accept it. You have to be your biggest fan and boldly take responsibility for yourself and your life.

Get down to business, accept the challenge and figure out how you will do it! There is no tuing back.

“All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to realize them.” - Walt Disney

2 Perseverance

Without perseverance and perseverance, you will not get any results. Everything takes time and hard work. You will encounter difficult and tight people and tiring partners. You will need to go through this. Many times. It may last a lifetime, but at some point you will stop paying attention to it. Your perseverance will do all the work for you. 

Persevere and persevere, and you will find that most achievable things are possible. — Philip Stanhope

3 A clear plan

When I decided to become an entrepreneur, I had a plan. I was 15 years old and all my friends were playing computer games at that time and thinking where to go to study, so that after 5 years they could find a job. I made a decision that I would hire people myself. Unfortunately, most people don't know what they want, and I was the one who said that I know what I want, it's the development of my own business.

Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face. Mike Tyson

4 Systematization of processes

If you don't have a system, you don't have a business. Look for ways to systematize any routine activity. You don't have to be like an ant that drags something into its burrow all the time - look for ways to train other ants to drag into your burrow. 

Life is much better if you have processes and step-by-step guides! In any business, you will find repetitive tasks, and having a structure to follow will make your life much easier. Nowhere without it! Systematize or die is a harsh business rule. 

5 Don't let urgent matters destroy your business

Urgent constantly pulls the resource on itself. This is how you sat doing business systematization, then urgently wanted to drink coffee. I drank and met people on the way and chatted urgently. The whole day passed, the systematization died in the bud. You have no more time for anything other than your business. Forget about Facebook and other time killers - they won't help your business. Your business needs your thoughts and your deeds! 

It's very simple. To be productive and effective, we must strive for what is important, not what is urgent. It's better to take it for granted and so save yourself and your business! 

6 Implementation of ideas

In my Lanier Capital team, we have a lot of ideas. It seems that every day there are new opportunities for growth. Ideas are great, but they can become dangerous if you spend too much time on them. Remember rule number 5? You don't have any personal time. All your time belongs to your business. And discussing ideas and implementing sky-high plans simply consumes your resources. It's like shooting a cannon at sparrows. 

Quickly consider new ideas, approve and also quickly destroy them. Ideas will come many more times! Whoever does, always gets ideas. 

7 The main rule. Team.

Your team either makes your success - or destroys it. Work with the people you really want to work with, rather than chasing professionals. 

If you pursue big goals and want to build something big, you have to love your teammates. You have to have the same vision, the same goals, and you have to die for your idea. It is important to have a team that you can trust 100% — no matter what! There is no other way. 

Great things in business are never done by one person. They are made by a team of people. - Steve Jobs