Ideas are what drive entrepreneurs forward. They form the basis for great businesses and fuel meaningful changes in those business’s trajectories by offering new products, new improvements and other features to outdo the competition.
When it comes to productivity, we all face the same challenge—there are only 24 hours in a day. Since even the best ideas are worthless until they’re executed, how efficiently you use your time is as important as anything else in business.
While best-practices and processes for many mission-critical functions are widely known, relatively few business leaders are well-versed in what it takes to foster creativity. Fortunately, there are a ways that entrepreneurs can make themselves and their companies more creative. Here are five creativity-boosters any entrepreneur can implement:
If you’re thinking of starting a company or already started one, see how you fit with the most common characteristics of startup CEOs described below.