A lot of people like to be the boss, to have their own business. But very few make it. The rest become workers. How can you be part of the first group? What does it take? Certain mentalities prepare you to be a successful entrepreneur.
What I’m about to tell you isn’t the typical passion-drunken advice. No one really cares if you’re passionate about what you do, and no one cares if you do what you love for a living. This isn’t the typical romanticized post about passion-filled work. Matter of fact, you probably won’t like what you’ll read in this article. You might just want to not read it. But if, for some strange reason, you’re curious about the truth about “following your passion,”
Annette Swann's insight:
A client asked me recently, 'shouldn't I follow my passion'? I responded that I believed you should lead with your values, and passion will be the follower.
Most people don’t grow up wanting to become an Entrepreneur, they grow into it. I’ve found that there are 10 different signs that are very good indicators that you’re an Entrepreneur or an Entrepreneur in training....
When it comes to more traditional marketing and advertising, it can be challenging for small businesses to implement ideas from big brands. Some of these efforts can call for large budgets and staff, which the smaller guys just don’t have.
In his latest book, Gladwell explores the nature of battle between underdogs and their giant competitors. Here, he explains what those lessons mean to entrepreneurs. If you think you know the story of David and Goliath, think again.