How are you sabotaging your business success?
How do you as a heart-centered business owner define being an entrepreneur?
“it’s time to make an important distinction about what, at bottom, a true entrepreneur is. Why? Because it concerns the very engine of economic growth and the people we are counting on—desperately—to rev it up. Consider the following two definitions of “entrepreneur”: one found in Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, the other from Dictionary.com. Merriam-Webster: “one who organizes, manages and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise.” Dictionary.com: “a person who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk.” The difference is subtle, but fundamental: It’s the word “any.”
Dictionary.com has it right: Entrepreneurs, in the purest sense, are those who identify a need—any need—and fill it. It’s a primordial urge, independent of product, service, industry or market.” – Via Forbes Magazine
Coach Tia Johnson and I are leading an empowerment workshop for heart-centered business owners on Sunday, November 2nd at the University of Pennsylvania. The workshop will help you to get out of your own way with your business objectives. You can join us for only $100. (Booking is now closed.)
Meanwhile, Tia and I are also offering two free online workshops. Here’s the first one. We promised 7 Ways We Sabotage Our Businesses — but we actually delivered 10!
1) Free Workshop: Stop Sabotaging Your Heart-Centered Business.
2) Your Workbook (AKA Our Power Point) from the Workshop.
3) Join us at the next free workshop: What we Wish We Had Known