Becoming An Entrepreneur

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Brief Note :

People become entrepreneurs for many reasons!

Sometimes it’s just because they cannot find a job that pays enough, is interesting enough, or challenges them enough.

Other times it comes after a long life of working for others and moving up in a company and then realizing that they can do more with their own business.

Yet others start a business because they want time freedom and flexibility.

While there are many reasons for becoming an entrepreneur, it’s critical to choose the right business and run it properly if you want to be successful.

It’s fun to say you’re an entrepreneur, but it’s a whole other thing to really do it successfully.

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10 thoughts on “Becoming An Entrepreneur

  1. I am an entrepreneur and i can relate this article to myself. Being an entrepreneur is not an easy thing every 3rd person in this world dreams of becoming an entrepreneur and I must say its not easy as it looks like. starting up a business and making it successful requires you not to be perfect in a certain skill but requires you to be perfect in everything. from business idea, management to even the minute things like officce management, inventory checks etc. and the most important aspect is to keep people working with you and working for you to have trust and belief on you that you are the one who can make this happen. And remember one thing. A good leader never sits and orders. he is like an engine of a rail, who runs in front and takes everyone by holding their hands.

  2. i really like this book to begin to write. i really want to become a good writer someday. i reccommended for who wants to be writer to read this.

  3. The note focuses on the revolution impact on entrepreneurship, the evolution of entrepreneurship approaches to entrepreneurship process, the individual entrepreneurial mind set and personality, opportunities identification, entrepreneurial immigration and creativity the nature of creativity process innovation enable students to understand and develop organization innovatively.

  4. Entrepreneurial Learning
    Entrepreneurial learning is often described as a continuous process that facilitates the
    development of necessary knowledge for being effective in starting up and managing new
    ventures. However, although there have been extensive efforts in investigating the potential learning effects of entrepreneurs’ experiences, there has been very little effort to distinguish between “entrepreneurial experience” and “entrepreneurial knowledge” . A starting point for studying the process of entrepreneurial learning could hence be to draw a distinction between the experience of an entrepreneur and the knowledge. One way to distinguish between these two concepts is to consider entrepreneurs’ experiences as a direct observation of, or participation in, events associated with new venture creation, while the practical wisdom resulting from what an entrepreneur has encountered represents the knowledge derived from this particular experience. This line of reasoning can be related to Kolb(1984), who emphasizes two basic dimensions of experiential learning—acquisition
    (grasping) and transformation. The former can be argued to correspond to “experience”
    (hereafter referred to as entrepreneurs’ experiences), while the latter is considered equivalent to “experientially acquired knowledge” (hereafter referred to as entrepreneurial
    Having distinguished between the experience of an entrepreneur and the knowledge
    thereby acquired, we can start to investigate the experiential process where the personal
    experience of the entrepreneur is continuously transformed into knowledge. In order to
    organize the various arguments and reflections on the process of entrepreneurial learning
    that has been found in the literature, a conceptual framework was developed. The term
    conceptual framework is used in the study as the goal at this initial stage is mainly to
    advance our understanding of entrepreneurial learning as an experiential process by
    exploring antecedents and outcomes of the transformation process of entrepreneurs’ experiences, rather than to fully specify a model or test strong causal propositions. Thanks

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