The definition of Entrepreneur is one of the most over used and least understood words in the business world.
In all the definitions of Entrepreneur in the dictionaries entrepreneur goes hand in hand with high risk.
Here is a more real definition without the risk involved.
A person with a vision who manages the time, talent, money and other resources of other people to make his/her vision real.
When business owners will care about the base line as much as optimizing the value that they deliver to all the constituents in their company (employees, clients, suppliers and so on…)
Internet business owners are the best positioned business owners to take part effectively in this growing and noble motion for the following reasons:
Do you have an entrepreneur heart?
There are many definitions and descriptions about what it takes to become one.
#signs you’re an entrepreneur
are shown in this wonderful article from Entrepreneur Magazine, where you can identify yourself with the entrepreneurual soul.
.1. You take action.
Barbara Corcoran, founder of The Corcoran Group, co-star of TV’s Shark Tank
and author of Shark Tales: How I Turned $1,000 into a Billion Dollar Business, says people who have a concept but not necessarily a detailed strategy are more likely to have that entrepreneurial je ne sais quoi. “I hate entrepreneurs with beautiful business plans,” she says.