Why This Entrepreneur Says Defining Your Own Success Is Integral to Running a Business


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December
9, 2019

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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars and host Brittany Whitney talk with Kings Circle Capital partner Mona Bijoor, who describes her process of founding a company and writing a book.

Bijoor’s company, Joor, started in 2010. At that time, Bijoor noticed a new opportunity to take companies’ communications from cumbersome paper to digital. 

Bijoor explains how she never felt it was necessary to embrace failure as a stepping stone (she thinks of it as more of a distraction), but instead likes to think about all the factors at play to achieve success. 

As a rule of thumb, the founder thinks successful leaders tend to be incredibly resourceful, believe strongly in their abilities and embrace their own definition of success.

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Why This Entrepreneur Says Defining Your Own Success Is Integral to Running a Business

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