Sunday, January 11, 2015

Crisis of an Entrepreneur

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Entrepreneur is not a verb

Writers write. Bakers bake. Managers manage. Designers design.

What do entrepreneurs do?

This is the beauty of entrepreneurship. No clear or singular verb defines what we do.

This is the crisis of entrepreneurship. No clear or singular verb defines what we do.

Entrepreneurs do lots of things. We could do anything. We can't do everything. But we don't do nothing.

The challenge of the entrepreneur is to find your verb and do that thing better than anyone else.


A day in the life of corporate vs a day in the life of a startup.

1 comment:

  1. Among the noble manners that is urgently needed in running a business are honesty, trustworthy, satisfied with anything that Allah has given to him, making appointments, claiming debt in a righteous way, postponing the settlement of debt for those who are troubled to settle it, forgiving other’s mistakes, performing obligations, avoiding deceitful acts, and avoiding to postpone the settlement of debt.

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