What Does Entrepreneurship Really Mean?

Of course, entrepreneurship means owning a business, overseeing an entire company’s processes and developments day in and day out, and managing any sort of issues or complications that may arise. It requires constant attention, hard work, and devotion to maintain your company’s value and integrity. But there are a few things you can only find out about entrepreneurship once you embark on your own entrepreneurial journey. One of the first things that new entrepreneurs may find out is entrepreneurship means so much more than just owning, overseeing, and managing a business. Read on to find out what entrepreneurship really means.

Entrepreneurship means being a parent

Creating and building a business from the ground up requires the willingness to make sacrifices and devote endless amounts of time and energy to make sure your business grows into an enterprise you’re proud of. Essentially, starting and owning a business is much like being a parent as you create something, nurture it, lead it, and watch it grow.

Entrepreneurship means being part of a team

Although your business may start as an individual idea or effort, it can never truly succeed without the support and help of others. It truly is a team effort no matter how much you would like to believe otherwise. Like all team endeavors, entrepreneurship also requires passion, flexibility, and a game plan at all times. You have to keep the vision alive if you want to see your dreams come true.

Entrepreneurship means facing your biggest fears

Entrepreneurship is more than just taking a chance on what you believe in. It also means taking a leap of faith and risking everything in order to achieve what you’ve always wanted. For a lot of people, this means facing your biggest fears and embracing the uncertainty with perseverance, determination, and a whole lot of courage.

So yes, entrepreneurship means all those things you thought before, but it also requires so much more than that. In order to own a business and develop it into a wildly successful enterprise that brings you profit and fulfillment, you must be willing to approach your business with a dynamic mindset and accept that your entrepreneurship may become all of these things.

Tracey and Kimberly EatonWhat Does Entrepreneurship Really Mean?

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  • Anita Rose - October 29, 2017 reply

    Thank you for being such caring and loving leaders.

  • JIm - November 2, 2017 reply

    You have been an inspiration for these last 16 yrs

  • Chris - December 6, 2017 reply

    So good! Thank you!

  • John Van Buren - April 9, 2018 reply

    You have inspired me to get back into The Game…. Keep rocking it!

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