I rarely write posts with lists and lists, but this one demanded a story. This week, I’ve found myself thinking about why it is that I am who I am. It’s not easy to pinpoint. What’s so exciting, exhilarating, and exciting about it that I keep getting reminded of it?
It’s the beginning point for everything. It’s the Big Why. Repetition of it is a good habit to keep. It keeps you grounded and helps you stay in tune in Your Big Why as you make choices every single day.
Entrepreneurship is an integral aspect of the Big Why. It’s not only me. Nearly every entrepreneur I’ve ever had a conversation with boasts of never ever being able to get back on the work market.
This is the list of suggestions based on my own experience and those who have a similar commitment to the business world. Perhaps this list can assist you in committing or re-commit to becoming an entrepreneur as well:
Select your company, the things you are working on daily, your services and your team and your customers, everything.
You are able to choose what time and location you work. You are able to decide whether you want you’ll have time to pick up your children or take care of an individual in the family. You can do as you want or as little as you want to currently.
There. I did it. It’s possible to earn a lot of money by being a business owner. But, it is contingent on the value you provide. If you provide value and enable enough people to obtain what they desire, you’ll get what you want to quote Zig Ziglar. However, money is only an instrument. A tool to assist you in accomplishing the tasks you’re supposed to do throughout the universe.
It’s also a method that will allow you to enjoy the next aspect of being a business owner:
The ride of freedom for entrepreneurs is thrilling. From the myriad of options available, you have to choose the one that appeals to you. You can do it over and over.
It might not seem appealing initially. What it does offer, however, is another element of freedom. You are able to react in any manner you like to an event and also have the flexibility to respond in this manner.
You are able to come up with things all the time—marketing, offering ways to deal with clients and team. Your business systems benefit from your innovative strategy.
Being an entrepreneur requires working with incredible people. Your customers. Your team. Other entrepreneurs. Community members that you can influence by your work. You’re all part and parcel of their world, and you’re able to be in touch with them in your own individual method.
It’s never too late to learn about as a businessperson: knowledge, skills. There is always a new world to explore that you have the opportunity to take part in it.
If it’s about building confidence or your courage in your business, it’s the perfect way to challenge you. It constantly tests your limits. You can decide (see #10) whether or not to answer the phone. A life that is growth-oriented is constantly changing and stimulating.
Entrepreneurship allows you to make a difference around the globe. It’s the power to make a difference. You can make a difference in the lives of others. You can be a part of the community in a manner that is in line with your values and your beliefs. The way you serve your clients, and via these to the entire world, is a true manifestation of who you truly are and the values you hold.
The path to becoming an Entrepreneur is the best way I’ve seen to be the great You that you were created to be. Do you think it is your way?