There are many interpretations about what it means to be an entrepreneur.

For me, an entrepreneur is someone who is always looking to improve how and what they do.
The more successful ones are those that are dedicating time each day to new learning.
They don’t settle on what yesterday delivered.

Although this idea of being an entrepreneur may seem limited to those people working for themselves or running their own business, it isn’t.

There are people in your office who talk about how they need to do things differently each day.
There are people already going through the process of adopting new habits.
There are people who you’ve known for a while that have had the courage and determination to change their mindsets.

There are also people who don’t like to take risks and who therefore won’t take any action.

A recent article in Forbes magazine provides some insight into what you may want to consider if you decide you want to take your entrepreneurship outside of the business you’re in.

One of the biggest considerations will be your work life balance. The myth that it exists may hamper your success! You may have a balance already that you don’t want to give up. If that’s not for you then adopting a different mindset in your current workplace may be a better option.

Indeed you may already be one of those who already looks at how you can improve and already has a positive attitude for learning.

When you start being like an entrepreneur change is at the core of everything you do, tightly bundled in with thoughtful, energetic actions.

Always looking to improve takes energy and hard work. Energy and hard work in turn produce tangible results.

Don’t just talk about it; be about it.

On your own or in your current organisation; be one of the few who do.

Until next time, thanks for reading.


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