Entrepreneurship is planning, designing, launching and running a business you are passionate about.
Entrepreneurship can be a part-time gig (also known as a side hustle) or it can be a full-time job in which case the person (the entrepreneur) has given up their 9 to 5 (full-time) job to focus solely on their new venture.
Now, entrepreneurship is not for everyone or at least full-time entrepreneurship is not for everyone. If you have are passionate about your idea and are willing to put in the work while seeking outside help then you can certainly be an entrepreneur.
Just know, success doesn’t happen overnight and that in order to build a successful business you have to utilize your resources and work with others. Even the best of the best still hire mentors and coaches to help them continue to grow.
Like I always say, “Teamwork equals success!”
“Knowledge + Passion + Dedication = Great Results” – Herb Liberman
Now that you know a little more about entrepreneurship and the fact you are still reading this tells me you are preparing for the next steps. So let’s dive in!
Becoming an entrepreneur is easy. You just need an idea that you want to turn into a business. The hard part is navigating what comes next because there is so much to do!
Entrepreneurs typically start by jumping into the business world without much research prior to going in. They have the idea, start creating the website and sign up for every social media platform in hopes to sell their product or service. While these all play their part in the entrepreneurial journey, there is a process one needs to go through.
It means you would prefer to have someone like me who has gone down this road of entrepreneurship and frankly continues to go down this road with every new friend I meet to help you navigate and avoid those large “potholes.”
Even if you are not sure if entrepreneurship is right for you, let’s talk!
You and I just need to meet so we can find that spark, that creative spark that I know you have inside you just waiting to surface. Together we can help you achieve success in whatever it is you are looking to do.
“Success is not delivering a feature; success is learning how to solve the customer’s problem.” – Mark Cook