Guest Post by Nikki Cooper
Entrepreneurship can be defined by describing what entrepreneurs do. For example: “Entrepreneurs use personal initiative and engage in calculated risk-taking, to create new business ventures by raising resources to apply innovative new ideas that solve problems, meet challenges, or satisfy the needs of a clearly defined market.”
Many people reason that very few employed people enjoy a wealthy life. Only a certain few make it to the top and enjoy a good salary. This is why many people choose to venture into business. They believe that there is more money to doing business than in getting employed. And yes, there is some truth to this.
What they do not know however is that many people who venture into business also fail. There are probably more entrepreneurs who fail than those who make it big. This is primarily because many novice entrepreneurs do not have the correct skills and knowledge base or financial education.
Read this book every now and then and refresh your enthusiasm in reaching for success.
As I mentioned before, the problem is that very few among entrepreneurs have the necessary skills and knowledge base. Many people venture into business without really knowing how to do things correctly. Such entrepreneurs are bound to fail.
So what should you do?
Should you enroll into some university and learn the trades and secrets of entrepreneurship? It may not be necessary. The trades of entrepreneurship can be learned even without graduating from college. Look at Bill Gates the man behind the Windows brand, he hit it big in entrepreneurship and did not complete his college education.
Self-study, research, and experience – these things will give you an edge in entrepreneurship. To help you get started, I have summarised some of the most helpful entrepreneurship tips out there. Everything is written with the assumption that some readers are not well-versed in business language and language and terminologies. Therefore, this guide is written using simple words and simple language.
‘We go through life stumbling and falling and struggling to our knees and falling some more, making asses of ourselves and going down finally in defeat largely because we either neglect or flatly refuse to learn the truth about ourselves’
‘I have always believed that life is like ice- cream, you need to eat it before it melts away ’
Entrepreneur Within You: Join The Self- Employed Revolution And Make Your Life Go From Drab To Fab! 100 Tips To Manifest Prosperity and Abundance And Develop A Success Mindset!
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