If you are not solving a problem, you are not relevant; if you are not a member of the market, the tribe you seek, how can you be relevant? Seems like everyone must be an entrepreneur these days, from those looking for new opportunities to people with jobs, who are now expected to be self-directed and responsible for generating results. What's
characteristics of an entrepreneur
You are an entrepreneur and you are in business for one reason, to succeed. It's your mission, your life, or at least that's what you tell everyone. Then when no one's looking, you sit and ponder how to make a difference, set up to do lists and goals, rethinking the same thing you did yesterday. Right before you want to take action, you stop, and wait,
Think you're an entrepreneur? Do you have the passion to go the distance and share that with others? What about the boring stuff, the organization and delivery of a business that creates replicatable, predictable results? This podcast is inspired by those who say that entrepreneurs are born, not created, which in my experience is missing the boat.