An entrepreneur is someone that is willing to risk their time and capital in an effort to build something. You can read more on this in my article: What does it mean to be an entrepreneur?
The journey into entrepreneurship can be brutal – full of ups and downs. Most of the success stories you’ve heard have an untold history of massive failures. Great entrepreneurs have the capacity to pick themselves up off the floor, take account of their mistakes and find ways to improve their next swing for the fences.
If there are a few things I could jump into a time machine and tell my past self, they would include:
If you’re experiencing a hardship, you need to read today’s post. The six strategies outlined here can help you deal with stress without feeling overwhelmed. When stress is reduced, life get’s easier. So, take 2 minutes and give this one a read. I look forward to reading your comments!
What does entrepreneurship really mean? Do you need boatloads of cash? Is it true that anyone can be an entrepreneur? Based on a few observations, and some light research, this article attempts to dive into the crux of what it means to be an entrepreneur.