Community//

How To Be A Productive Entrepreneur In A Time Of Pandemic Crisis

Being an entrepreneur is hard enough. In the greatest of times, it can feel like jumping from the sky without a parachute.

Abdul Moneeb Ilyas
Abdul Moneeb Ilyas

Being an entrepreneur is hard enough. In the greatest of times, it can feel like jumping from the sky without a parachute. So just assume what it’s like during continued lockdowns, economic risk, and the news about the COVID-19 Pandemic changing every day. 

Actually, you don’t have to guess it—we are apparently living it.

Abdul Moneeb Ilyas not only an entrepreneur, but He is also a visionary investor and social media star balancing his life beautifully even in Pandemic.

 Today all the entrepreneurs are going through the same pain. You might be feeling that you have lost the direction in business. Today all companies are put on the test due to COVID-19. Abdul Moneeb Ilyas’s bright ideas are making things happening for him in this tough situation.

Abdul Moneeb Ilyas believes that tough challenges come with opportunities too in life. We are seeing a new side of the business now, and it has forced us to think about new techniques to continue work even in a tough period. It’s time to work smart in this Pandemic.

Abdul Moneeb Ilyas says he follows the below steps to make it bigger in life in Pandemic and after Pandemic.

  • Stand up, and fight don’t give up:

Abdul Moneeb Ilyas says yes we are quarantined at home, taking care of family, but we can still find some time to focus on business. The entrepreneurial vision will move you forward. Even if you’ve encountered a drop in business, which is likely, that doesn’t mean that you should back down and give up. When your market rebounds, you’re going to find that you can reach new maxima if you continue to drive forward at this time. 

Communication is most valuable than ever in this time:

Communicate with people. Be open and straightforward with them. This includes your employees, clients, and shareholders. Everyone is attracted to influential leadership right now. It brings us happiness. Step up and be one of those leaders like Abdul Moneeb Ilyas, opening your soul and your mind to those that rely on you. If you give them a sense of direction and purpose at this moment, they’re going to be more devoted to you than ever before. Stay positive and resilient, and you’ll put stakeholders at ease. 

  • Keep the intensity active.

We know that our businesses are about desire. Desire is what gives us the strength to do the unimaginable. It’s the force that drives us to new altitudes. Don’t let go of your passion! Make it more profound, more passionate, and more focused. We all have more time on our hands. Start proposing what your passion project is going to look like in the future. Make it useful else you will go forever.

  • Design for a much-diversified business view

Let’s face it, Abdul Moneeb Ilyas when most companies come back; the consumer market will have improved. Whether you’re trading goods or services, what are people going to be buying? How will the COVID-19 Pandemic have changed your consumers’ needs, and how can you better assist them in that new era in Pandemic and after Pandemic? It’s going to be an extraordinary time for a change. 

  • State with kindness

Yes, it’s scary out there right now—there’s no doubting it. If you have an email list, or a LinkedIn, Facebook or Instagram page, now is the time to put out class content that shows you care. 

 If you have company or service providers that are reaching out to connect with you at this time, aren’t you far more likely to return to them once this thing is done? Put out the good feels and see your customers’ positive energy return to you when the time is right.

The Thrive Global Community welcomes voices from many spheres. We publish pieces written by outside contributors with a wide range of opinions, which don’t necessarily reflect our own. Learn more or join us as a community member!
Share your comments below. Please read our commenting guidelines before posting. If you have a concern about a comment, report it here.

You might also like...

Community//

Rising Entrepreneur Rudhrah Gourav : “ If you understand the value of time, you will convert it into products ”

by Rudhrah Gourav
Community//

“Why you should always focus.” With Charlie Katz & Ray Zinn

by Charlie Katz
Alireza Kohany
Community//

Who will arise up for the civilization in this tough period of Pandemic?

by Alireza Kohany | علیرضا کهنی

Sign up for the Thrive Global newsletter

Will be used in accordance with our privacy policy.

Thrive Global
People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.

- MARCUS AURELIUS

We use cookies on our site to give you the best experience possible. By continuing to browse the site, you agree to this use. For more information on how we use cookies, see our Privacy Policy.