23
May
11

Can Entrepreneurialism be the Saving Grace?

Everyone wants security and at one time, a person’s job gave him or her that security — but not anymore. When government jobs begin to lay people off or force days off without pay, some may view this as the writing on the wall. At one time having a government job meant security and that you could retire on that job. With the economy, the way it is today, entrepreneurialism may be the saving grace. There are people who aren’t waiting to get that notice; instead, many are leaving the workforce to carve a piece of the entrepreneurial pie for themselves.

Owning your own business is risky and in fact, many people fail when starting an entrepreneur home based business. Nevertheless, what entrepreneurs have in common is that they don’t view a failed business as a failure. They see it as an opportunity to get it right the next time. A failed business teaches them not to place all of their eggs in one basket. These people although few far and between, won’t stop until they are successful and that is what puts them above the masses that quit after the first try. To jump in the pool of entrepreneurialism, you must develop a no quit attitude. Partnering with other entrepreneurs is also a good strategy for success.

At one time, it was unheard of to start a business with less than $100. Now, with the help of the Internet, you can do just that by starting a home based business. In fact, many small cleaning companies have been started for less and become empires in the cleaning industry. Content mills are another example of using the internet to provide a product that is in demand. These companies hire writers to provide web content to other internet entrepreneurs who need it to help build traffic to their website. At no better time could a person become a business owner with their hobby. The resources are available thanks to the internet and the small business administration. In addition, selling a product or someone else’s product has pushed individuals into successful business ventures. It is a loop of entrepreneurialship that has been proven to work.

Trying to be the biggest company is no longer the focus of entrepreneurialism. Just being able to call your own shots and making ends meet without punching a time clock, is what it is all about for many people who take that leap of faith. The only characteristic that sets rich people apart from poor people is their stick-to-itiveness and possibly their refusal to work for someone else. Job security isn’t want it once was and entrepreneurialism is a chance at creating your own job security. Your success greatly depends on how hard you are willing to work. You won’t ever fire yourself and you will have yours and your family’s best interest in mind at every decision-making meeting. If you view entrepreneurialism as your way of never being able to be fired than, you may have that entrepreneurial bug in you too.

Christopher Benoit

http://www.WorkWithChrisBenoit.com

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