When Do You Know You’re an Entrepreneur?

As an “aspiring” entrepreneur I constantly asked myself,  “How do I know that I am an entrepreneur?”.  Being conditioned to “know” something is something through tangible and transitional reasoning I had no way of identifying myself as an entrepreneur.

Today I can confidently say that I am an entrepreneur. I am one, because I say I am, I feel I am and I make a unique contribution to the world.

Here’s me diving deeper into this topic…

When did you know you were an entrepreneur?  What is an entrepreneur in your mind?

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3 Responses

I think if you are a creator of something and plan to dedicate every ounce of energy to make the creation work is what it means to be an entrepreneur.

Creating Yakezie.com is a ton of fun, and I can’t wait to see what becomes of it.

Good luck in your new adventure!

BTW, what determines a failed venture?

And what it is you plan on doing next?

06.29.10

Hey my Samurai friend! Yakezie looks great…I want to hear more about it!

I believe that entrepreneurs view opportunities different from most people…they see opportunities is creating, building and progressing (which all can be defined by different metrics).

I don’t believe much in “failure”, typically when I refer to failure it’s meant to indicate “societal failure” for simplicity sake (not meeting expectations basically). Experiences add value as long as you have the right perspective…which is another important trait of an entrepreneur.

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