Good day great mind!
It has been a while I drop a post here. I don’t even know what kind of excuses to give you.
Anyway, let me just say “SORRY” for not getting in touch with you for sooooo long!
But you got my time now. I’m back….azin..fully
So, get ready for some killer contents. Cehub would remain your go-to-place for business and marketing tips as usual.
Here’s what I have for you today:
Before then, are you an entrepreneur??
Whatever you think of the word ‘entrepreneur,’ it conjures up all kinds of images: the classic ‘rags-to-riches’ story, corporate hotshots running international brands, scrappy startups in Silicon Valley… the list goes on.
You might also think of some supplementary words that seem to show up a lot these days, like ‘hustle’ and ‘grind.’
Of course, a dictionary is a solid start in answering the question, ‘What is entrepreneurship?’
Merriam-Webster defines ‘entrepreneur’ as ‘one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise.’
But any entrepreneur will tell you there’s a lot more at play than that. And it’s difficult to nail down a clear definition of entrepreneur because everyone seems to have differing opinions.
I would personally go so far as to say that just because someone owns a business doesn’t necessarily mean they’re an entrepreneur.
And vice-versa: a lot of incredible entrepreneurs are tucked into someone else’s organization and still thriving. Gasp!
That’s because some of the chief characteristics of an entrepreneur involve longevity, resilience, and the willingness to do things that aren’t your ideal cup
of tea. You’ve got to be ‘in it to win it,’ no matter how many failures it takes to get there.
Spoiler alert: failure is part of the deal – it’s how you bounce back that really matters.
That’s where hustle and grind come in.
Being an entrepreneur means you have to wear many hats and be forced to do things you aren’t good at, and learn from those mistakes.
But when you have that ‘a-ha’ moment of discovering your personal zone of genius, you can zoom in on those areas to make the business succeed.
And as you grow, you’ll turn a corner where you can do the things you’re great at and love doing, and find people who are better than you at the things you hate doing.
And when it really clicks, is when you have a team of people who each independently love and are amazing at their respective roles.
But getting there, getting over that hump, means lots of discomfort and ‚doing things poorly‘ to learn.”
If you’re unsure about whether you have the characteristics of a true entrepreneur – and how exactly to go about it even if you’re certain you’re up for it – get ready for every challenges that comes your way!
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