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Becoming a business owner is something that not everyone wants to do is capable of achieving. It takes a certain person to be a business owner, and you also need to have the right business idea in order to get your company off the ground. Here are four signs of a good business owner to see if you have what it takes.
You Listen To Your Staff
A clear sign of a good business owner is someone who doesn’t have any trouble with listening. Being able to listen to your staff is important because it ensures you are taking everyone’s opinions in and you’re being present for them in their time of need. Being able to listen, rather than to simply talk over people is important, and it can help in many situations in business. By being a good listener, you’re showing respect and appreciation for everyone you deal with, no matter what their role or influence may be. Try to embrace being a better listener where you can, and if you’re finding it hard, then you need to acknowledge where you’re going wrong. You might be someone who talks too much that it’s hard for anyone else to get a word in edgeways. Try to pull yourself up on that where and when you can.
Willing To Take Risks
With all business owners that are successful, they take risks. From senior care franchise owners to owners of a retail stores, if you’re not willing to take risks for the sake of the company, then you might never grow or develop in the way you were hoping to. Risks are always going to be a matter of accessing the pros and cons of taking that risk and then trusting your gut. Some risks don’t pay off, but some could certainly do a lot for your company.
Communication is always going to be an important part of your business, and you must be willing to communicate effectively not only with your staff but also any suppliers or clients you have. Good communication is good to really pay off when it comes to getting things done, and sometimes a lack of communication can cause mistakes. These are mistakes you definitely don’t want to be having when it comes to your company because it could hinder how well your business does in general.
You Can See The Bigger Picture
Being able to see the bigger picture is important. Knowing where your business is going and where you want it to be in the next five years is an example of that, and so you have to be willing to adapt and change with the times. It can be hard to keep up with how much industries can change within the space of a few years, but it’s all relevant to stay reputable and within the spotlight.
Your business needs a good business owner and leader. That’s something that takes certain skills and criteria, so work at it if you lack it in some areas.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta remains hopeful that his side can qualify for Europe this season after they won their first game since the restart of the Premier League at Southampton. The Gunners had lost both of their previous two games, to Manchester City and Brighton, but Thursday’s victory arrests the slump, moving them up to ninth in the table. Champions League qualification looks unlikely, but with Manchester City’s involvement in Europe still up in the air pending their appeal against a ban for breaching financial fair play, Arteta’s side could well claim a Europa League spot.
The Gunners were helped along their way at St Mary’s by a dreadful error from Southampton goalkeeper Alex McCarthy who faltered under pressure from Eddie Nketiah following a back-pass, allowing the striker to intercept his attempted ball out slot into an unguarded net. The win was sealed late on when Jack Stephens was sent off for fouling Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as the last man and from the resulting free-kick substitute Joe Willock finished after Alexandre Lacazette’s free-kick struck the wall and his follow-up was parried. It was timely boost for the Gunners, who have struggled with injuries and form since the restart. The victory, though, was not undeserved. Prior to the goal, Nketiah had seen a close-range finish ruled out for offside and Aubameyang had crashed an angled effort against the bar.
Coming after such an impressive display in their first game back at Norwich, the result continues Southampton’s woeful inability to replicate their away form at St Mary’s. This was their 10th loss at home this season – equalling the club record for a Premier League season, set back in 1993-94 when their were 42 games in a campaign. With 10 points separating them and the bottom three it is very unlikely that they will get dragged into a relegation fight. Goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, in for the injured Bernd Leno, was solid, Granit Xhaka returned effectively in midfield and Nketiah and Aubameyang were typically lively in attack.
Full-back Kieran Tierney, who has been hampered by injury problems since joining the Gunners from Celtic last summer, limped out of the game in the second half. Also, Matteo Guendouzi was left out of the squad entirely. While manager Mikel Arteta stated that his exclusion was down to “squad management”, he also did not entirely dismiss speculation that the Frenchman blotted his copybook by clashing with Neal Maupay at the end of the Brighton game on Saturday.