To Develop An Entrepreneur Mindset Is A Skill To Succeed

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So, you want to be an entrepreneur. Of course, to develop an entrepreneurial mindset is a skill so you can deal with your overall business.

In business, it’s not just about dealing with how the business works entirely.

To have an awareness that entrepreneurship is more about dealing with people (clients and your team), materials, resources and others that involve a strong mentality to succeed in business.

You’re even preparing yourself to invest emotionally that you could ever imagine for your overall work.

“Those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly.”

Knowing that most successful people in any Industry failed miserably in their first few attempts can help you to have a deep understanding of how does it really take to become an entrepreneur.

As a matter of fact, the most successful people today experienced the worst before.

One of the famous Author, everyone’s favorite on Twitter, who’s also one of my favorite Author (I’m a little bit biased here), J.K. Rowling was turned down by 12 Publishers before she got her big break.

“You sort of start thinking anything’s possible if you’ve got enough nerve.” -J.K. Rowling
The Founder and CEO of GoPro, Nicholas Woodman, failed as well before he founded GoPro.
His first company was selling electronics at $2 markup price which failed. His second attempt was a gaming and marketing website that let people win cash prizes but failed miserably as well.

Because of his failures, he just decided to go back to his passion which is surfing.

He realized that many people couldn’t get a good quality camera footage in water and that’s how he filled the gap in the market. He hustles 18 hours a day to build the prototype.

“I feel like in a world where we all try to figure out our place and purpose here, your passions are one of your most obvious guides.” – Woodman

Even the Top Billionaire, Jeff Bezos, failed miserably in his first business attempt which is an Online Auction Shop. He pursued to become an entrepreneur and continuously re-purposing the business that makes him very successful.

“Entrepreneurship must be willing to be misunderstood for long periods of time.” -Jeff Bezos

Most people that I know, who tried business in their first few business attempts and failed miserably said that “Entrepreneurship is not just for me.”

….and I highly disagree with that statement!

Anyone can be an entrepreneur regardless of what people think about the things they can’t do.

Yes, it’s not for everybody and that’s why to develop an entrepreneurial mindset is necessary to succeed in your dream business.

See, some people have all the resources, people, and materials that they need but what’s really lacking? Why did they fail?

If you really dream to become an entrepreneur, ask yourself if you are willing to take risks for more failures ahead of you so you can rip the reward of success in the long run.

The bottom line is, any skills are learnable. So, take your time to learn and to develop an entrepreneur mindset.

“Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have tried is the true failure.” -George Edward Woodberry

 

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