Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneur’
My biggest problem in becoming self-employed was me.
In order to BE a self-employed person I had to start thinking like one. I found myself reverting to that nine-to-five mentality. If I wasn’t accomplishing a task every hour, then I must not really be working.
Sometimes a self-employed person has to make decisions about her business. Sometimes she is just thinking about a solution to a problem. Sometimes she just has to quiet her mind so new ideas can come. Just because you’re not pounding away at the typewriter every minute doesn’t mean you’re not working.
I’ve also learned that it’s okay NOT to answer the phone every time it rings. Read the rest of this entry »
Grabbing opportunities with open arms is often easier to talk about than to actually do. Most people find themselves dreaming about being rich but never actually doing anything about it. A combination of procrastination and ‘what if’ syndrome can cripple your creative spirit and might mean your idea will never become a reality.
Socrates said “Action equals knowledge’. He was one of the greatest philosophers of our time. What he meant was that it is through action that we achieve results.
For example, you could think about learning Spanish for months, imagining the holidays you will take and the people you will communicate with. Read the rest of this entry »
You may wonder why some entrepreneurs become so successful in their business chosen? Unlike ordinary people, entrepreneurs mind work different way. Do you want to be successful entrepreneur? Here are the various entrepreneur aspects that you have to bear in mind.
If you want to be entrepreneur you have to have a great business idea. This idea should be feasible and profitable. First you should collect the information as much as possible then you have to decide whether to continue your business idea or postpone it for future action. Read the rest of this entry »
Young teenager would have less responsibility in live have much free time to spend. Read the rest of this entry »