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To be a successful entrepreneur, you need to have a bat. Yes, just like the baseball bat, figuratively, so you can hit the ball flying. BAT stands for
When I say business skills, it means everything that the business school teaches. Although, you may not need a formal business school education, it helps to know the basic teachings in business, which fortunately, can now be learned outside the school. Aside from formal schooling, you can learn from your past business ventures, whether successful or a failure. You can also learn from the internet, from so many published insights and experiences of successful and unsuccesful people. In this internet age, you don't need to experience it yourself to learn from it. Instead, learn from others' experiences. Learning more about the business principle and practices helps you calculate the risks involved and avoid unnecessary failure.
More inspiring BAT discussion in the succeeding blogs.
He is a licensed civil engineer who applied his skills into sports fashion engineering and made it a business. He took up MBA when he realized that it is much easier to construct a building than to manage his boss. Because he lacks social skills in his younger days, he turned to books as his mentor. In the process, his imagination became so clear that he started making sketches and drawings in his mind while in the toilet. He realized it is much easier to refine drawings in the mind than on paper.