The 6 C's- confidence, courage, conviction competence, communication,and conceptualization
"Confidence is one which is cultivated over time, by not being wrong, but by not fearing to be wrong."
Confidence is one which is developed over a period of time, based on their previous experiences, achievements and learning. It is one which is to practiced and executed. Strong-minded women are more likely to be confident in their business. Doomed to failure are the women entrepreneurs who lack confidence. Being confident in your venture opens up new ways to make up your business to success.
All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them. - Walt Disney
The absence of fear does not imply courage but rather, accepting that something else is more important than fear, is what is courage.
The build up of confidence leads to development of courage. Being a brave women brings in fortune and it goes unsaid that "fortune favors the brave." A courageous women breaks open the blocks and keeps moving ahead towards success.
There can be no great courage where there is no confidence or assurance, and half the battle is in the conviction that we can do what we undertake. - Orison Swett Marden
The venture that most women entrepreneurs undertake becomes a success with a strong conviction to be what they desire. It's conviction that is more important than experience.
Competence means to possess the skill and knowledge to do things successfully.
Competence is all about opportunity seeking, goal-setting, risk-taking, persuasion, networking, persistence and demanding for quality and efficiency.
Effective communication is the key to success of any entrepreneurship.
It is the key for establishment, survival and growth of businesses. Good communication skill is one which is practiced over time and it is all about conveying the message clearly and correctly. Communication helps you as a women entrepreneur to move that extra mile and make things work for you.
"Conceptualization is the process of developing and clarifying new and existing concepts."
Identifying unique ideas and acting upon it is what is most required for success as a women entrepreneur. Researching complex situations and moving out of it requires great conceptualization. Women entrepreneurs must be able to know the existing problems and obstacles and find out a new and better solution for it to be a great women entrepreneur.