It’s 2010—Do You Know Where Your Fortune Is?
Men are naturally competitive. So of course, in the men’s section of this style magazine, we are going to ask the question: where is your fortune? What’s that you say? You’re still not living the high life? We’re not trying to make you feel bad—maybe we just want to slap you around a little so you will start taking control of your life.
Some friendly guy advice: don’t be afraid to be an entrepreneur in whatever it is that you do. What does an entrepreneur do? The definition states that this person “organizes a business venture and assumes the risk for it.” Since the entrepreneur is competitive and struggling for survival, he has no choice but to think outside the box. He must consider the short-term and long-term reality of every business decision. Assuming responsibility for a new business puts you in a managerial position.
You may already have many good ideas on business and “if you only had…” then you could put them into practice. An entrepreneur doesn’t waste time wishing. He takes chances and innovates, regardless of setting. If you have such brilliant ideas floating around in your head, then let them out. Start talking to people about your schemes and dreams. Open a small Internet store and test the market. You never really know how good an idea is until you put it out there. This is what entrepreneurship really means at its core: the drive to win.
Some entrepreneurs predict their future years before they have enough money to get started. Why not start working on cash flow sheets right now? Why not write a rough draft business plan? Why not create a list of expenses and projected income? Remember, you can always be an entrepreneur at heart and wait for the world to catch up with you. You can make more money, regardless of a recession, if you have the entrepreneurial spirit.
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