It seems as though everyone wants to be an entrepreneur these days. It’s the “dream job” for many young professionals graduating from colleges and universities across the globe. Dreaming about being an entrepreneur is one thing, but going forth and making that dream a reality is quite another. Being an entrepreneur is difficult. It requires time, dedication and sacrifice. The journey to entrepreneurship can easily, and accidentally, be abandoned, which is why it is crucial to have a philosophy, or a “mantra” to get you through difficult times.
For any young and budding entrepreneurs out there, I figured I would gather and present a few philosophies that could assist in the way you carry out your entrepreneurial goals.
The Ball Is Always In Your Court
Entrepreneurship is a self-motivated industry. In order to truly make it, you must be the person to make the moves. Nobody is going to make moves for you. The hard work that you put into your work is exactly what you will get out of it. Actor and entrepreneur, Samir Kochhar, believes that the “ball is always in your court and it is up to you whether you wish to score or pass it to the opposing team, meaning, your success is the result of your own efforts.”
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