what you do better than anyone else

Invest in yourself as you discover your entrepreneurship skills.

1. What do you do better than anyone else?

Discovering what you do better than everyone else will prevent you from falling into the trap of comparing yourself to others. It will drive you to love yourself more, stop trying to be somebody else, and help you become hot to develop your strengths. 

What entrepreneurship skills do you have? 

It’s the collection of entrepreneurship skills that make you unique, and it’s what draws people to you. You can use these strengths to catch your target audience’s attention. When operating from what you do better than everyone else, you will no longer have the need to force people to become interested in your offering. Instead, attracting the right crowd will happen naturally.

Examples of Entrepreneurship Skills

You can have one or more entrepreneurship skills that make you who you are. For instance, if you’re an empathetic person, you can appeal to people’s emotional side.

Your understanding, supportive nature will reach your target audience differently than a fun person who keeps things humorous and light. Neither approach is wrong, by the way. It’s just who you are and who you will attract when building your brand.

Another entrepreneurship skill example involves the rare art of being able to break complex issues down into simple ones. If you’re a natural-born teacher who loves to explain to other people how to do things, this could become the strength that helps you position all your brands. 

How to Discover Your Entrepreneurship Skills

A fun exercise involves timing yourself for 60 seconds. During this time, write down the first word that comes to mind that describes what you do better than everyone else. Then, write as many words related to it as you can within that minute, and don’t overthink this exercise. Just do it.

For example, maybe you have a lot of “faith,” which also makes you a person who is self-motivated and persistent. You see the potential of what you’re working on, and you believe in the people that surround you. With your belief in yourself and others, the encouragement you provide could become your most profitable entrepreneurship skill.


2. Identify what’s holding you back.

Several issues can hold you back from doing what you do better than anyone else. For instance, you perhaps struggle with sharing your amazing message with the world in a way that inspires them.

Otherwise, you wonder why you can’t seem to free up enough time. In this case, it’s because you don’t know how to stop working as hard as you do for the little money you do earn. However, you can change all that now that you at least become more aware of what your entrepreneurship skills are.

If the above scenarios don’t sound like you, you might instead have this problem: You perhaps have an idea of what you should do but might miss some important steps along the way. In this case, you may already have the knowledge but are not sure how to apply it.

  • Take one step at a time. Ordinarily, you’re told to always keep learning. However, there’s a time to stop reading, watching or listening and just do. Really, it’s best if you learn a step and take action. Then, follow through with the rest of the steps one by one until you get the results you want.

  • Learn from your failures. You might have heard the saying that the “only way to fail is if you stop trying.” You might have made some errors in judgment, but just stay at it and remember what not to do when you do try a new approach.

  • Hopefully, don’t repeat past mistakes. When learning from our failures, it’s also important to remind ourselves how not to repeat those mistakes. Don’t be too hard on yourself, however, if you sometimes do make the same mistake more than once. Just don’t give up!

  • Partner with others to eliminate weakness. The cliché of safety or strength in numbers is true. As long as you can get along with others well enough to collaborate, human partnerships can enhance your entrepreneurship skills.

  • Stop comparing yourself to others. Focus on what you can do better than everyone else and tune out what other people might do better than you. After all, no two types of brand positioning are the same. When you do you, you can leverage the benefits of investing in yourself rather than trying to imitate your competitors

3. Never stop working to improve skills and knowledge. 

For instance, you can upskill yourself by watching entrepreneurial videos or attending webinars. In addition, you can seek encouragement by reading biographies of people who have gone before you. For instance, you might want to check out You are a Badass by Jen Sincero.

Other great reading material that will help you unlock your strengths and do what you do better than everyone else: Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill and How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie.

Download our free guide Product Puzzle Pieces and learn how to develop your entrepreneurship skills. 

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