I am giving a talk on Enrepreneurship and Society next week… I would love to hear from you on what issues you think I should address and why… short and sweet please
Sustainability & organic growth, I think many entrepreneurs often forget to plan their growth and sustainability!
Funding, cost of setting up (especiially licensing and legal), and lack of mentorship remains the top on my list.
Which really matters more in making an idea an actual business plan, is it the content or the approach?
I have an idea that I’m working on and apparently i have to do a lot of home work on the User Interface part more than the idea itself!
Does your society determine your attitude towards entrepreneurship? Do you have different motivators depending on where you live?
How do you decide to become an entrepreneur? Is it a financial need, a need to change things, a need to escape, meeting a role model? Does society play a role?
I’d say the burnout/ fatigue that sets in after repeated uphill struggles – juggling cashflow (if you’re lucky enough to have any!), finding, converting and retaining core team players – and needing SUPPORT – just to talk, bounce ideas around, hear a voice other than your own echoing in your head. And to know that no, you’re not mad, and yes, others have similar issues.
Entrepreneurs can produce small businesses, but not all small
businesses are necessarily products of entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurs create new sources of wealth in a community, and often reinvest this wealth in their businesses,
Entrepreneurs create new jobs, increase local income and wealth, and connect the community to the larger global economy.
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