Guide your growth and success (Entrepreneurial Development, Part 1)

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The ability to creatively manage associated risk distinguishes outstanding entrepreneurs from a crowd of supposed entrepreneurs.

Entrepreneurial Development surge

In recent time, entrepreneurial workshop and seminars holds everywhere. Many freelance writers have redirected their attention to developing journal and articles on entrepreneurship.

Most times, captions like “Be your own boss” “journey of wealth creation” “making money from the internet” are commonly used. Whatever is the title, the arrows point to the same direction: self employment. And a vast multitude has responded to this invitation of personal job creation and management.

When I attended a National Team Leaders training in Lagos, one of the motivational speakers who in handling a talk on “Building a Personal Enterprise” declared openly that working as an employee is slavery. Then little did I know what he was talking about. Until I met a master Degree holder in Architecture who receives twenty thousand naira as monthly salary. Then my mind flashed back to what Mr Bayo said, immediately my appreciation of entrepreneurism increased.

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Entrepreneurship simply means establishing a business of your own and managing the risk involved. Entrepreneurs are not so concerned with the financial returns an enterprise brings immediately. They are motivated by the drive to accomplish a mission and achieve a goal. They have passion for what they do.

An entrepreneur conceives an idea and translates it into money making venture. Entrepreneurs are goal getters, achievers and dreamers who never relent until they realize their dreams. Around the globe there is different personality traits associated with entrepreneurs.

Different skills, behaviors, strengths and weaknesses, but there is another trait which all entrepreneurs have in common. Never-stop-until-the-target-is-hit. Hardly will you see a business without its loopholes and risks.

The ability to creatively manage associated risk distinguishes outstanding entrepreneurs from a crowd of supposed entrepreneurs.

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