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Will the Real Entrepreneur…

Please Stand Up? Webster’s dictionary defines entrepreneur as “one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise.” As is the case with many words, the application and the real definition seem to get lost in application. Managers, second- or third-generation family members, and CEOs, for example, tend to all get lumped […]

Setting the Tone for Entrepreneurial Success

Cultivating Courage and Accountability We know from historical data that the healthiest way to create a vibrant and prosperous economy is to develop an entrepreneurial environment that inspires businesses to flourish. Our country was founded and built on the entrepreneurial spirit, and America has been the global example of what happens when this spirit is […]

Adversity Is Really Opportunity

Why This Could Be the Best of Times “Adversity is needed in order to become successful.” – Zig Ziglar The rules are changing, but the game is still the same, and the principles of success never change. Most of the business community has been at a stalemate, concerned about the government and what they will […]

The Entrepreneur’s Spiritual Journey

Do You Have Inside You What It Takes to Succeed? The mandatory virtues of an entrepreneur are ACCOUNTABILITY, HUMILITY and a COMPETITIVE SPIRIT. These personal virtues are necessary for the entrepreneurial spirit to be successful. It’s why there is such a great bond between entrepreneurs, and why they fight so hard against all measures of […]