Who’s the business entrepreneur?

The business entrepreneur isn’t a”person” but a part of everyone’s personality. The entrepreneur is our visionary, the founder which may be seen in every one of us.

We are born with that high quality and it defines our lives as we react to what we see, hear, feel, and experience. What we do with it is up to us.

It’s developed, nurtured, and provided space to flourish or it’s squelched, thwarted, without stimulation or air, and dies. Look at anybody around you and you’ll recognize whether the entrepreneur is alive and well inside them.

The business entrepreneur in us sees chances everywhere we look, but lots of individuals see only problems everywhere they look. (I bet all of us know people like this!)

The business entrepreneur in us is much more worried about picking between chances than he or she is with failing to find the opportunities. Opportunities are everywhere if you’re open to it.

We are all born with what we will need to be a business entrepreneur.

We’re born to create. Everybody is born with that drive, desire, passion, and attention. It’s what we do with it that makes the difference.

Most business owners haven’t fully developed or nurtured the entrepreneur ideas within themselves. Working in the business consumes them with very little time to work on it.

There’s absolutely not any time or energy to be creative, nor the understanding that being creative has been alive, fully living. Few business owners are fully alive; they are too busy working for a living.

A business entrepreneurial seizure

A business entrepreneurial seizure is the moment the entrepreneur decides that it would be a excellent idea to begin their own business. It is when one believes that understanding how to do the job of a business is all one has to understand to be able to begin and grow a business.

So the accountant begins an accounting practice; the mechanic starts a car repair business; the cook opens up a restaurant. They go to work, accounting, fixing cars, or cooking foods, none of which is the genuine job of the entrepreneur.

In doing this, the person who begins their own business is lost in the teeming confusion created by needs he or she never expected. . .the needs of company, the requirements of cash flow, the requirements of people — employees, customers, suppliers, banks, family — and so forth and so forth.

They are simply not ready for the demands that are likely to be made on them. The longer they are in business, the worse it gets. There isn’t any vision; there’s only being a servant to work and staying alive. The seizure is long gone; the entrepreneurial vision a vague memory.

The business entrepreneur Isn’t really interested in doing the job;
He’s interested in producing the way in which the company operates. In that respect, the entrepreneur is an inventor. He or she enjoys to devise, but doesn’t like to sell or manufacture or distribute what he or she invents.

You won’t find business entrepreneurs on the manufacturing line. You’ll see them in their office, their area, in their research centre, in their thoughts, dreaming about the item, or creating a sample of this item, or drawing a picture of this item on the back of a napkin. Entrepreneurs are dreaming, scheming, imagining, playing…. not doing it, doing it, doing it.

The business entrepreneur goes to work ON the business, not IN the business.

The business entrepreneur invents a business which is more effective than any other business. The business entrepreneur builds a venture; the tech builds a job.

It requires study, practice, constant education and experience for the entrepreneur to make a world class business. While top entrepreneurs appear to be born with all the qualities and characteristics which indicate them, there’s, in actuality, been an enormous quantity of trial and error in their own lives.

In many ways, it’s the school of hard knocks that can turn benign little stones into sparkling, outrageous gems known as entrepreneurs. Giving up is not possible and challenges are merely par for the course.

Trust your entrepreneurial spirit, never give in and chase your dreams until they become just as real in fact as they did on your mind.