The Secret Life Of An Entrepreneur?
If money never sleeps, then those of us who spend our days chasing the filthy lucre should not expect the work life balance to redress itself any time soon, and the curse of it is, the more successful you are, the less downtime you have.
Some of us, however, are blessed with unusually plentiful reserves of energy, and more often than not these are the kind of people who find themselves climbing towards the top of both the social and work ladders.
When most of us are cursing our alarm clocks and mentally preparing for the daily grind that awaits us; the kid’s breakfast, the commute, the breakfast meeting, others are making their way home after pulling yet another all-nighter, either at the office, dealing with a fresh crisis, or because the twilight hours are the only time they have to pursue their social lives, hobbies, or dreams of escaping the rat race once and for all.
This takes a rare kind of dedication, or a rare kind of pressure. The desire to escape from the everyday comes upon all of us from time to time, but it is probably most keenly felt by those who work the longest hours, or who have the largest teams to support, the most weight on their shoulders, or perhaps chasing the greatest rewards. It’s a feeling shared by investment bankers, high flying lawyers, and of course, anyone who has taken the plunge and begun running their own business.
Past-times can range from the mundane, too much Candy Crush saga, to the energetic, the new trend is for pre-work raves where Red bull and glow sticks are swapped with smoothies and Lycra, to the ever more weird and wonderful. These activities increasingly form an essential part of an entrepreneur’s make-up, even giving them a competitive edge, as skills learned and perfected in one walk of life are often transferable into another.
What is Entrepreneurship?
Who are Entrepreneurs?
There are no specific traits that every entrepreneur shares, but many do possess a few common characteristics. Successful entrepreneurs are typically confident and self-motivated. They are tenacious but understand their own limitations. Instead of following the status quo, entrepreneurs have a healthy disrespect for established rules, and often set out to do things that others may not have the courage to. They are also willing to fail and start over again, taking the lessons they’ve learned to create something new and improved.
It takes a special kind of person to become a successful entrepreneur.
An entrepreneur is someone who can take any idea, whether it be a product and/or service, and have the skill set, will and courage to take extreme risk to do whatever it takes to turn that concept into reality and not only bring it to market, but make it a viable product and/or service that people want or need.
Research shows that Americans are increasingly choosing entrepreneurship. A study by Intelligent Office revealed that nearly 65 percent of workers would rather be an entrepreneur or independent employee than work in an office. In addition, data from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation’s Index of Entrepreneurial Activity shows that in 2015, established small business density increased in the U.S., reaching higher than prerecession levels.
The Life of an Entrepreneur?
Is Now the PERFECT Time to be an Entrepreneur?
Never before have there been such a convergence of opportunity, technology and community. However, most budding entrepreneurs do not know how to get started or what product to promote?
Unfortunately, it’s the start that stops most people from becoming an entrepreneur and conquering their true vocation in life. Most believe entrepreneurship is too risky, too expensive and their current life commitments (Family & Work) will restrict them. Is that what you think?
In the main stream of entrepreneurship you’d be right but, what if there was another way?
What if you didn’t need an MBA (Masters of Business Administration) or the other MBA (Massive Bank Account).
What if you didn’t need a huge staff, an enormous investment, a product line or website but you did need to act now and focus in on the opportunity in hand. Would you act upon it?
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