The Entrepreneur Revolution
                              1
How much do you
want?




                  2
What do you do for a
living?




                       3
Industrialised Workforce
                           4
Industrial Revolution
More efficient to have a hierarchical structure
More efficient to have one standardised product for
ma...
Entrepreneur Revolution
More efficient to have a flat “tribal” structure
More efficient to have many flexible solutions for ma...
The Industrialised Worker
thinks very differently to
the Entrepreneur.




                             7
The Industrialised Worker
thinks OPPOSITE to the
Entrepreneur.




                            8
Worker
    -vs-
Entrepreneur




               9
“I need to do everything
        myself.”

     Worker
       -vs-
   Entrepreneur




                           9
“I need to do everything
        myself.”

     Worker
       -vs-
   Entrepreneur
 “I will build a team to
         help ...
Worker
    -vs-
Entrepreneur




               10
“Making money takes
    hard work.”

   Worker
     -vs-
 Entrepreneur




                      10
“Making money takes
     hard work.”

     Worker
       -vs-
   Entrepreneur
“Making money is doing
 the things that insp...
Worker
    -vs-
Entrepreneur




               11
“One day I will retire.”

    Worker
      -vs-
  Entrepreneur




                           11
“One day I will retire.”

     Worker
       -vs-
   Entrepreneur
“The idea of retirement is
 strange because I love
     ...
Worker
    -vs-
Entrepreneur




               12
“I have all the answers.”


     Worker
       -vs-
   Entrepreneur




                            12
“I have all the answers.”


     Worker
       -vs-
   Entrepreneur
 “I know all the people
     who have all the
       a...
Worker
    -vs-
Entrepreneur




               13
“One day I will arrive.”

    Worker
      -vs-
  Entrepreneur




                           13
“One day I will arrive.”

      Worker
        -vs-
    Entrepreneur

“I love the journey I’m on.”


                     ...
Worker
    -vs-
Entrepreneur




               14
“The best investment I
can make is in ‘stuff’.”


    Worker
      -vs-
  Entrepreneur




                           14
“The best investment I
can make is in ‘stuff’.”


    Worker
      -vs-
  Entrepreneur

“The best investment is
 in people...
Worker
    -vs-
Entrepreneur




               15
“My past impacts the
decisions I make now.”


    Worker
      -vs-
  Entrepreneur




                         15
“My past impacts the
decisions I make now.”


    Worker
      -vs-
  Entrepreneur

“My future impacts the
decisions I mak...
Worker
    -vs-
Entrepreneur




               16
“I don’t have the money”


     Worker
       -vs-
   Entrepreneur




                           16
“I don’t have the money”


     Worker
       -vs-
   Entrepreneur
 “The money shows up
    whenever I get
      resourcef...
Worker
    -vs-
Entrepreneur




               17
“I am looking to get
  value for myself.”


   Worker
     -vs-
 Entrepreneur




                       17
“I am looking to get
    value for myself.”


     Worker
       -vs-
   Entrepreneur
“I am looking to pass on
 value to o...
Worker
    -vs-
Entrepreneur




               18
“I’m so busy and I have
        no time”


    Worker
      -vs-
  Entrepreneur




                          18
“I’m so busy and I have
        no time”


     Worker
       -vs-
   Entrepreneur
“My life is a holiday, I am
  the maste...
Worker
    -vs-
Entrepreneur




               19
“I need to hold on to as
 much as possible, so I
can prove I’m valuable.”

     Worker
       -vs-
   Entrepreneur




   ...
“I need to hold on to as
 much as possible, so I
can prove I’m valuable.”

     Worker
       -vs-
   Entrepreneur
 “I nee...
True or False




                20
True or False


“The Rich are Lucky”




                       20
True or False




                21
True or False

“More money means
  more problems.”



                    21
True or False




                22
True or False

“There are Always
  Opportunities”



                    22
Game Changing
       Trend 1.
 Collaboration

                  23
24
Game Changing
      Trend 2.
 Social Media

                 25
Game Changing
       Trend 3.
  David Beats
 Goliath Again

                  26
27
28
The Entrepreneur Revolution
                              29
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The Industrial revolution created two classes of people - those who could afford a factory and those who couldn't -The rich and the poor, the workers and the owners. Today a "Factory" costs less than £5,000 (Laptop, phone, website, passion). This has caused a massive shift in the way the world works and creates wealth. I call this shift "The Entrepreneur Revolution".

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    1. 1. The Entrepreneur Revolution 1
    2. 2. How much do you want? 2
    3. 3. What do you do for a living? 3
    4. 4. Industrialised Workforce 4
    5. 5. Industrial Revolution More efficient to have a hierarchical structure More efficient to have one standardised product for many geographies More productivity when workers shut up and drudge on. More efficient to have the workforce under one roof. More efficient to control large quantities of resources. Power through taking. Power through controlled communication. 5
    6. 6. Entrepreneur Revolution More efficient to have a flat “tribal” structure More efficient to have many flexible solutions for many changing environments More productivity when team members are inspired to co-create upon a clear vision. More efficient to have the team on the ground (possibly at home!). More efficient to communicate with many suppliers and remain flexible. Power through collaboration. Power through dynamic and open communication. 6
    7. 7. The Industrialised Worker thinks very differently to the Entrepreneur. 7
    8. 8. The Industrialised Worker thinks OPPOSITE to the Entrepreneur. 8
    9. 9. Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 9
    10. 10. “I need to do everything myself.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 9
    11. 11. “I need to do everything myself.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur “I will build a team to help me.” 9
    12. 12. Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 10
    13. 13. “Making money takes hard work.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 10
    14. 14. “Making money takes hard work.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur “Making money is doing the things that inspire me most.” 10
    15. 15. Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 11
    16. 16. “One day I will retire.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 11
    17. 17. “One day I will retire.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur “The idea of retirement is strange because I love what I do.” 11
    18. 18. Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 12
    19. 19. “I have all the answers.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 12
    20. 20. “I have all the answers.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur “I know all the people who have all the answers.” 12
    21. 21. Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 13
    22. 22. “One day I will arrive.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 13
    23. 23. “One day I will arrive.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur “I love the journey I’m on.” 13
    24. 24. Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 14
    25. 25. “The best investment I can make is in ‘stuff’.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 14
    26. 26. “The best investment I can make is in ‘stuff’.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur “The best investment is in people and ideas.” 14
    27. 27. Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 15
    28. 28. “My past impacts the decisions I make now.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 15
    29. 29. “My past impacts the decisions I make now.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur “My future impacts the decisions I make now.” 15
    30. 30. Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 16
    31. 31. “I don’t have the money” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 16
    32. 32. “I don’t have the money” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur “The money shows up whenever I get resourceful” 16
    33. 33. Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 17
    34. 34. “I am looking to get value for myself.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 17
    35. 35. “I am looking to get value for myself.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur “I am looking to pass on value to others and be fairly rewarded.” 17
    36. 36. Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 18
    37. 37. “I’m so busy and I have no time” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 18
    38. 38. “I’m so busy and I have no time” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur “My life is a holiday, I am the master of my time and can I attract the team to free up my time” 18
    39. 39. Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 19
    40. 40. “I need to hold on to as much as possible, so I can prove I’m valuable.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur 19
    41. 41. “I need to hold on to as much as possible, so I can prove I’m valuable.” Worker -vs- Entrepreneur “I need to let go of as much as possible, while being sure of my value.” 19
    42. 42. True or False 20
    43. 43. True or False “The Rich are Lucky” 20
    44. 44. True or False 21
    45. 45. True or False “More money means more problems.” 21
    46. 46. True or False 22
    47. 47. True or False “There are Always Opportunities” 22
    48. 48. Game Changing Trend 1. Collaboration 23
    49. 49. 24
    50. 50. Game Changing Trend 2. Social Media 25
    51. 51. Game Changing Trend 3. David Beats Goliath Again 26
    52. 52. 27
    53. 53. 28
    54. 54. The Entrepreneur Revolution 29
    55. 55. © Copyright 2007-2008: This presentation is owned by its author, Daniel Priestley. It has been created for public viewing on www.slideshare.net only. Any reproduction without the consent of the author will be considered unlawful. This presentation is not intended to be given to public audiences. Images obtained through Stock Exchange and through Google Image Search - some images may not be approved for certain types presentations. The author will not be held liable for any legal ramifications arising from the use of these slides (eg: defamation, copyright infringement). In using these slides the viewer indemnifies the author of these slides against any loss, damage or harm. Email:: daniel@triumphantevents.co.uk for more information.

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