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Admin • Sun May 19, 2019 • 17 • 0
Entrepreneurs are independent minded people, looking for the
opportunity to blend their personal beliefs and lifestyle with a
business that allows them expresses themselves better.
Entrepreneurs walk away from the comfort zone of a salary in order to create the future they envision. Our environment is filled with thousands of young men and women hunting for jobs that are simply not there. They expect the government to give them jobs, not realizing they are potential job creators themselves. They believe they are entitled to a great life that somehow, somewhere, someone (either the government, their family or the society) is responsible for filling their lives with continual happiness and exciting career opportunities; simply because they exist. The truth is that there is only one person responsible for the quality of life you live (you!)
On the other hand, some smart young persons are through entrepreneurship creating new platforms of opportunities for themselves and the world around them. This is because an entrepreneur sees opportunities everywhere he goes, while others see only problems.
Entrepreneurs are business minded individuals who create and run a business venture of their own.
TO START AND RUN A BUSINESS SUCCESSFULLY:
1. You have to take 100% responsibility for everything you experience in your life: the level of your achievements, the results you produce, your income, debts, feelings and every other thing.
2. You have to commit yourself to constant, never ending improvement: once you set out to improve your business and personal skills, start with small achievable goals that can be easily mastered. By consistently taking little steps, your belief that you can easily improve in those areas will be greatly reinforced.
3. You have to exceed expectations. This is the hallmark of high achievers who know that exceeding expectations will help them stand above the crowd. Almost by habit, successful people simply do more than is asked of them. As a result, they experience not only greater financial rewards for their extra efforts, but also a personal transformation; they become more confident and more self reliant.
4. It may require you starting in the same product or service which others are already rendering in your neighborhood, but going the extra mile as you make it happen, moving out to do something positive about it will ultimately bring you good success.
Entrepreneurship is not a language of tomorrow, but today. Many people have ideas, but they do not put their ideas to work. They are ever postponing and procrastinating. Stand out from the crowd today, make it happen, and watch your business grow!