No matter how successful they are, many self-made entrepreneurs go through life never believing in their true worth. Most were always different than their peers, naturally making life more difficult. Because of this or in spite of this, they’re driven to succeed, and in many cases, they think their success could disappear in the blink of an eye.
Most entrepreneurs think the biggest threat to their career is a failing business. But failure really isn’t the end of the world. In fact, it’s usually just the start of something better, because it’s through failure that we learn, grow, and evolve.
How do you know if you’re an entrepreneur or a business owner?
Purpose is at the heart of everything we do. And when someone is clear on theirs and intentional about how they want to share it with the world, it’s extraordinary. There’s nothing more motivating or inspiring than being part of an experience that has strong passion and commitment behind it.
As an entrepreneur, strategic thinking outside the box will always take you further than the business owner who follows a tried-and-true path. We’re not suggesting trying out different just to be different, but a much more thoughtful approach.