Entrepreneurs are an engaging breed. They will eat Ramen noodles and cancel the cable to have the funds they need to start their own enterprises that might or might not succeed. Entrepreneurs are prepared to take a pay cut solely to be their own bosses. What makes us so bizarre?
Born or Made?
Entrepreneurs are born, not made. How else can you explain that constant twitch to be making something new that we feel? Thinking back thru my life, it is sensible that I was always destined to be an entrepreneur. I never saw limits for my capabilities. As a kid and teenager, I was a bit stubborn, but managed to find a way to do whatever it was I was set on doing. In the workplace, I never could settle. Whether it’s a micromanaging supervisor, bumping my head against the glass ceiling, or simply tolerating the journey in indignant traffic, I knew I was destined for more than a life of corporate work. It’s only in the previous few years that I have realized I am not wrong for not fitting in to the business world. I’m an entrepreneur, and I forge my own trail.
Entrepreneurs for Life
The term “serial entrepreneur” has gained acclaim latterly. But I know few entrepreneurs who are ecstatic just making one business and never moving on to the next thing. So in a way, the definition of entrepreneurship involves the “serial” factor. When I meet other entrepreneurs, I like seeing that keenness about what they do. I’m able to relate, because I adore my company. There’s little more gratifying than having complete creative control of my business activities, in spite of the Problems that it encounters from time to time, like all enterprises. This is a tribute to all of you entrepreneurs (and folks who have not begun to realize that deep inside, you’ve an entrepreneurial spirit waiting to be set free from your cubicle)! Congratulations for taking the jump into the unknown world of business!