Top Ten Myths of Entrepreneurship – Part 3

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These are the hardest myths for me to hear, because they don't give credit to the amount of pressure and social responsibility that entrepreneurs face today.

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Top Ten Myths of Entrepreneurship – Part 3

  1. 1. Top Ten Myths ofEntrepreneurship Part 3
  2. 2. As noted in the first two parts in this article series, there are myths out there about how things “magically” materialize for certain people, and how running a business is a fun, glamorous walk in the park.
  3. 3. Here are the last 3 myths that Ive heard:
  4. 4. Myth #8 – With time, it gets easier!Fact - While its true that the first years of owning your business are exhausting, you can never take your eye off the ball.You still have to oversee the daily operations, and as your business grows – you have more to cover.
  5. 5. Myth #9 – Once built, it will sellitself.Fact – They may not come!You can put in your blood and sweat, but if you neglect your business, it will soon fade away.No business sells itself. You have to nurture it.
  6. 6. Myth #10 – Its all about thebottom line.Fact – Some business owners are overly practical.Give meaning to your work, inspire your employees- treat them like family and they will give you their best.
  7. 7. These are the hardest myths forme to hear, because they dontgive credit to the amount ofpressure and socialresponsibility thatentrepreneurs face today.

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