Property Investor Cardinal Gatsheni Highlights Some Of His Business Ventures In His Entrepreneurial Journey
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Property Investor Cardinal Gatsheni Highlights Some Of His Business Ventures In His Entrepreneurial Journey

Property Investor Cardinal Gatsheni Highlights Some Of His Business Ventures In His Entrepreneurial Journey. South African property investor Cardinal Gatsheni took to Twitter to highlight some of his business ventures throughout his entrepreneurial journey. The entrepreneurial journey is something that is unpredictable as anything can change at anytime, one can find themselves venturing into different sectors to grow or because another sector is thriving.

The post read, “Before Driving Taxis or being an Architect & Civil Engineer, I used to sell music CDs in Grade 8, I remember R20 per CD, sold to 300 students. They was always that hustler in me. I then moved to do events, opened up a record label & internet Café. The Journey still continues.”

Some entrepreneurs realise their entrepreneurial mindset at a young age and therefore continue to build businesses throughout their whole lives as they have enough experience to do so. Gatsheni mentioned that he used to sell CDs when he was in grade 8, this small business taught him a lot about how a business functions as he reached a target of selling to 300 students.

Learning how to sell is something that a lot of entrepreneurs say is something that every aspiring entrepreneur should do. This is because they will always have this skill no matter what industry their business is in. This way they will be able to make sales because they would have mastered the skill of selling. By selling CDs in grade 8, Gatsheni was teaching himself how to sell, this shows as he went on to open other businesses such as a record label and internet café.

Knowing that one can venture into other business industries through the same principles of entrepreneurship, one is able to expand their business portfolio so that it is more diversified in terms of what they have invested in. This also instills the crucial mindset of not ‘putting all your eggs in one basket’ as this removes the risk of being dependent on one investment.

By Thomas Chiothamisi

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