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Busting Myths Of Building A Good Business Team

Busting Myths Of Building A Good Business Team

A Good Business Team Is One Who Shares The Same Objective, Vision And Motivation

Having a successful business is not only about one brainy individual. It is about a team that has the same objective, vision and motivation. If you have a good business team, nothing can stop you from conquering the world.

Most startups struggle with the initial teams. Some teams also turn out to be the pilot hits. Mostly, it all boils down to learning and understanding as to who really shares your passion and works on it.

If you want to have a top-notch business team, here’s what you should have.

A Super Ambitious Team

Aspiration drives you to give the best you can. If you have ambitious team members who strive for excellence, your business team is truly blessed for it becomes a good business team. Have the team members who help your business with their innovation and generate more revenue.

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Meaningful Purpose

The success of your company depends on how well you and your team realize their role in making the business more effective. Your skills, experiences, and morals determine the purpose. Once you understand your potential, you have found a meaning to live and keep your business going.

A Good Business Team Has Single Vision

Being a good entrepreneur and leader does not mean hiring people to work under you. It means that people work with you willingly to meet the goals. It is a win-win situation where you as well as your team members grow and gain better career prospects. Working as a team should matter more than working to be the best. Give your employees the scope to be creative and inspire them so that they get a platform to showcase their professionalism. If you and your team members have a common vision, you are sure to achieve your goals soon enough.

Strong And Enthusiastic Players Make Up A Good Business Team

Hire people with a positive approach. Do not hesitate to train someone whose aptitude matches your company objectives. Enthusiastic and strong team members who are ready to work with a team spirit are what you need in order to make the business successful. A rotten mango spoils all the mangoes in the basket. Similarly, one negative person spreads unwanted vibes to everyone in the team. That’s why it becomes all the more important to have optimists and hard workers.

It is not an easy task to build a good business team, but it is extremely crucial for any company to be successful. Allot work according to the talent of the people rather than their relationship with you.

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Your Job As A Mentor

Do not let influence come in the way of merit. It is obvious that you cannot handle the entire business single handed. That’s why you should appoint the most suitable people you can, according to the work they can do the best. Just as successful fishermen know spots that are teeming with maximum fish, successful businesses have awesome teams.

Look for people who are passionate at what they do and they would bring your business great laurels. When you work as “WE” instead of “I”, that’s when breakthrough business ideas happen. Be a mentor for them and acknowledge their successes. Look at the team beyond a business purpose. Have an open mind as the company leader and see how awesome your business team turns out to be. After all, there is no “I” in aWEsome.

[This post by Abhishek Shah first appeared on Thugstart and has been reproduced with permission.]

Note: The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views held by Inc42, its creators or employees. Inc42 is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied by guest bloggers.


Abhishek Shah


Abhishek Shah is an Internet Entrepreneur, Senior Advisor and CXO - level Business, Operations and Sales focussed executive. He has held founding, investments and senior leadership roles at various digitally focussed startups (such as DigiLands, PivotRoots, FlyZoo, Rate-it, RingSocial, ShopDelight etc.) and large organizations (such as Edelweiss, HSBC, ABN Amro & ICICI Bank) with cross-functional experience in Private Wealth, Commercial Banking & Retail Banking across both Assets & Liabilities. He is also the co-founder of, a website dedicated to inspiring entrepreneurship and startups. Abhishek also serves as a speaker/mentor & advisor to various startups entrepreneurs/organisations.
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