To ask the question… “ Are you an Entrepreneur?”
The Dictionary says…. en⋅tre⋅pre⋅neur A person who organizes and manages any enterprise, esp. a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk.
This is true but I don’t think it tells the whole story so I have updated it to this…..
en⋅tre⋅pre⋅neur 2010 version Entrepreneurs are people who like to experiment and fix things. They make corporations nervous and don't always make the best employees. Entrepreneurs have minds of their own and a embarrassing wealth of ideas. Entrepreneurs have a habit of moving in on their superiors and whenever possible claiming power roles for themselves. Entrepreneurs are willing to take huge personal risks to reach their clearly defined goals and while they they don't always end up on the winning side of things they have the fire and passion to keep trying.
It was easy for me to come up with this new definition because all I did was…
School will not find you a job but it will teach you how to learn. If you think Entrepreneurship is for you and you have the burning need to start your own business My BAD ADVICE to you is to stay in school long enough to “learn to learn” but after that you owe it to yourself to do what is going to make you happy and possibly stinking rich.
Takeaways? <ul><li>Drop out of School </li></ul><ul><li>Read Lots and Lots of Books </li></ul><ul><li>Do something that makes you happy cause you are going to work the rest of your life. </li></ul><ul><li>Girls find me irresistible! </li></ul><ul><li>Go check out Thoora.com </li></ul>