Self-belief in entrepreneurship is not just about being a confident person. It is about believing in your abilities to start and run a business successfully even when faced with failure.
In this episode, I speak to Aaron Munetsi, a pioneer in aviation on the African continent. Starting from the Wrights Brothers who pioneered the aviation industry to people like Aaron, I believe there is a lot we can learn about how to be confident in your entrepreneurial abilities and to stay resilient and open-minded when the going gets tough.
We talk about how society and parents are so critical to helping entrepreneurs develop self-belief and we use some principles from Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers book.
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- Episode 28: Your identity as an entrepreneur – “Who am I?”
- Episode 27: Nuts and Bolts Book Review – innovating in Africa, with Dr. McLean Sibanda
- Episode 26: How to build self-belief in business, with Aaron Munetsi
- Episode 25, How social innovators create lasting change, with Daisy Kopolo
- Episode 24: How to be a great thinker in business – metacognition
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This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Eagle Wings Consultancy, a Pan-African partnerships and networking agency founded by Candy Kansokomona.