Most employees are scared of the word entrepreneurship. And I understand. But the truth is that you can be entrepreneurial without having a business-business.
Each time I talk with fellow employees, there’s a view they have for the word, entrepreneurship.
It feels like it’s for the great and might. Strong and gallant. Fearless and limitless.
They don’t think they can. They don’t even try.
While I understand that thrill, because I use to be there, can I tell you that you don’t have to own businesses to show that you are entrepreneurial. You don’t have to.
If you have a job, enjoy it.
But you can also try out things. Try out your ideas. Stop thinking you’ll fail even before trying.
- You Have an Idea—Now What? 3 First Steps for Your Start-up
- 30+ Small Business Ideas That Use Skills You Already Have
- Next Steps When You Have a Great Idea For a Business
Summarizing this, whether you have a job or you’re fired or whatever, try something.
Read yesterday’s post so you can understand this better.