The Five Skills of Good Entrepreneurs, with Glen Wakeman

Among the entrepreneurs of this new generation, there is one that stands out in the United States that has accomplished many roles at the same time while also being a business owner of triumph.

Glen Wakeman is the founder and President of a company named Nova Four, created by the entrepreneur to provide guidance for other entrepreneurs in different kinds of business and departments. Glen always believed that business people would achieve higher success if they could hire the bits of advice of a professional that has reached a large number of victories in their business.

 

Glen Wakeman is also the founder of LaunchPadToolkit.com and LaunchPad Holdings; both also focused on helping entrepreneurs bring their ideas to life (BusinessWire). According to Glen Wakeman, so many business people have great ideas, but they lack the experience that some already have, and both match perfectly together.

 

The investor and business advisor has more than twenty years as a board member, President and the owner of Nova Four, and currently, the company has already made the man a millionaire, and many of his clients have found success with the guidance of Nova Four.

 

Glen Wakeman believes that there are five major roles that every wannabe entrepreneur or business owner should invest in getting the best at: First, every entrepreneur must be a good leader; second, they should think strategically. The third and fourth are how the businessman can execute his strategies the best way possible with his team while avoiding the risks that come with the plan. Finally, the fifth skill of every entrepreneur of success is “Governance.”

 

Before being the renowned entrepreneur of one of the most influential advisory local firms, Glen Wakeman was already the CEO of another business: Doral Financial Corporation, and was the Chairman of the Board of directors in the banking department of the firm (http://www.glenwakeman.com/glen-wakeman-blogs/).

 

During Glen Wakeman years working with Doral Financial Corporation, he learned a lot about the financial world and became one of the most skillful investors of his age, already working his way into his first million dollars.

 

The banking firm taught Glen Wakeman lessons about how the mortgage works, how the retail industry functions and more commercial lessons that he would apply to his business once he was ready to found his own company.