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Whether you are a professional athlete or attempting to start your own business, the key component to finding success is the ability to build a dream team around yourself. The best sports players in the world can only get so far on their own, and starting a business on your own is a great way to start, but to compete with some of the largest brands in the world and expand your business, you are going to have to do the same.

In this post we are going to talk about some of the best ways that you can build a dream team of your own. You don’t need to have super hero strength of be born with athletic talents, instead you just need to know where to look, create the necessary contact and continue to have that willingness and drive to compete in today’s competitive world of business.

Scouting Report: Finding Great Players

Just like colleges look for high school players to recruit, the same can be said in the world of business. Big name companies and brands swap major players all the time, especially in the world of internet marketing. Since business is all about building contacts and making new deals happen, it’s important for you to always keep an eye on for strong players that can be valuable to your business. There is always plenty of work to go around, and it’s great to find referral work and new clients off personal recommendations.

Pick Up Some Free Agents

How many times have championship sports teams picked up a few free agent players during the season, which then helps them go on to win the title? It happens all the time. Being a free agent simply means that you aren’t under contract and you can work for anyone like you before signing. The same can be seen in the world of business, mainly in the freelance job space. There are plenty of freelance marketing sites online that will allow you to search out qualified workers and team members that would be perfect for completing your potential dream team.

Everyone Needs a Good Coach

No one is the jack of all trades… even though some people like to think they are. Having a good coach will make all of the players on your team come together and understand the role that they are assigned. A coach in the world of business could be the CEO, President, Manager or even just a team leader who has the passion to keep everyone else inspired as well. No matter how good you think you are, or how much of the work you want to take on, it’s important to always have a set plan of business and know the roles of the day to day operations… a coach is there to make this happen.

Dream Teams Don’t Come Around Often

For anyone who has experience in the world of business and sports, we know that building a dream team is not easy. This means that it’s a continuing mission to always strive for more and push yourself, whether that be in sports or business. To learn more about how you can build a dream team for your internet company or business, be sure to visit the Visa Small Business Facebook Fan Page, which allows you to connect directly with Visa, which has been helping businesses success and growth to new levels for over 40 years.

I am blogging on behalf of Visa’s Go World Olympic Campaign and receive compensation for my time from Visa for sharing my views in this post, but the views expressed here are solely mine, not Visa’s. This post was sponsored by Visa Small Business. From now through August 31st, visit http://www.inc.com/visa-business-of-the-olympic-games/ to learn about Team Visa Olympic athletes who are also dedicated small business owners. Visit Visa Business’s newly-launched Facebook Page (http://www.facebook.com/visasmallbiz) for more details, and follow @VisaSmallBiz for ways to help make your small business more efficient and successful. Discover more at http://visa.com/business.

Zac Johnson is a online marketer with 15 years of experience and also a blogger at BloggingTips.com and ZacJohnson.com, as well as the author of Blogging Tips: Confessions of a Six Figure Blogger on Amazon.com.

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