1. Curiosity. This is an important element that fuels all else. The moment you become curious, you create a room for more questions which answers you’d eagerly like to find out. Famous discoveries of great men began with curious queries; they have religiously worked for the answers to all those questions. This curiosity will similarly propel your entrepreneurial skills to a higher level, opening new doors for opportunities to learn and exhibit what your company is capable of. Keep the fire of curiosity burning and you will continually crave for much greater opportunities.
2. Foster unpredictability. Most business opportunities come from a random nothingness. A casual meeting with a casual client, perhaps; or even a business talk to any random company – all these could pave a way to much greater opportunities for your business. So do away from being to structured, and give randomness a chance.
Raise the chances that you trip upon something prized by rousing the vessel to present the likelihood that apparently random thoughts, individuals and places will bump into each other and create new breaks and opportunities.
3. Associate with linkages. Opportunities do not simply sprout like beans; they are mostly attached to events and people. If you are seeking for great business opportunities, start linking with people, attend events and give the opportunities the chance of finding you and your business. So start identifying people who are interested in your field of business and start associating with them, who knows, they might have the grandest opportunity for your business.
4. Take clever risks. This is the one word most entrepreneurs are afraid to hear, “risks”. It is usually associated with uncertainty, losing revenues, much like going island hopping without a life jacket. Every entrepreneur understands that business itself is the biggest risks. However, you need to avoid making just about any risk; try making clever risks. This doesn’t mean you would attack at the apparent risky prospects. Instead, follow opportunities that have a lesser risk than what most people believe but still promise a higher reward.