The path of an entrepreneur is not a straight line. That's what makes it so attractive... Indeed, entrepreneurship requires following one's instinct, one's intuition - that little flame that drives passion, that little voice that advises and pushes one to go forward, to "just go", towards the unknown.
Text published on September 15, 2020
There is always a way, you just have to find it.
"To go - boldly - where no one has gone before" is the motto that guides and even defines the entrepreneur. At its core, entrepreneurship is about taking risks, which is the basis for progress - you don't try anything, you don't get anything. For an entrepreneur, luck is something that is seized, not without a certain amount of risk-taking, and not something that appears without more.
An entrepreneur must indeed "have it"...: confidence in himself, in his vision, in his skills, in his project. Then the ability to act, to react, to improvise when things don't go as planned. This agility means being able to learn from the problems you encounter along the way, to deviate from the path. As a certain Donald T., a well-known entrepreneur who became president of the United States, said in a speech to students: facing a wall is not inevitable - you can go around it, climb over it or even destroy it - but in no case does it mean the end of the road.
Indeed, an obstacle encountered does not mean the end of the journey, at best it lengthens the route and at worst it leads to a new start towards a new goal. But in any case, we continue to advance with our eyes riveted on the objective, to go further, to approach the summit.
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