What better way to start Independence Day here in the USA than with a post about Entrepreneurialism and the Entrepreneurial Quest.
I love spending time with other small business owners who have the entrepreneurial spirit. They have that gleem in their eyes, are excited about life and their chosen adventure. There’s never a dull moment and they usually know where they are headed.
Having worked in small business for over 26 years and grown up in a household that was small business oriented I’ve had the entre-bug since I was a little kid. It’s a bug that attached itself when I was eight years old and has been a permanent resident ever since.
It doesn’t matter if you are just looking to start your first business or happen to be in the early stages, the entrepreneurial spirit is one that is hard to squash and it can be addictive.
You either have it or you don’t.
The entrepreneurial quest is one that many have chosen to take, yet there are some who just don’t make the journey and decide to head back to the safety of the corporate blanket or business that provides some sense of comfort and security.
Those that choose the path of The Entrepreneurial Quest may have to pave their own path, Think Outside the Box, beat their own drum and provide food and shelter while weathering multiple storms.
Freedom doesn’t come free and neither does The Entrepreneurial Quest. It is not a journey for all people as some are just not cut out to be in business for themselves.
For those that do choose the road to Independence from the corporate work a day world – The Entrepreneurial Quest might just be the journey worth looking into.
It won’t be easy and they’ll be ups and downs like a roller coaster, but the journey will be one that only you can take and make a difference should you choose to stay the course.
To your entrepreneurial quest, should you choose to venture out and start the journey.
“The Small Biz Mechanic”