Who is an entrepreneur? Is it someone who always succeeds? No. It is someone who is not afraid to fail!
What may be a failure to others is only a setback to the real entrepreneur. To the entrepreneur, a setback...
After each setback, the entrepreneur is reborn and begins a new life with all the good from previous setbacks in his/her genes.
The true entrepreneur does not fear to fail, does not fear what others think, does not fear competition, does not fear a project.
Instead, the entrepreneur...
The entrepreneur will often lose interest after having successfully completed a project. S/he is in it for the challenge more than anything else.
Of course, remaining "extraordinary" is a challenge in itself!
Obviously, it's someone who loves to win. But s/he will also derive most of the pleasure and satisfaction just from pursuing a goal ... like the hunter chasing her/his prey!
"If those committed to the quest fail, they will be forgiven.
When lost, they will find another way. The moral imperative of humanism
is the endeavor alone, whether successful or not, provided the effort is
honorable and failure memorable."
Edward O. Wilson
All the pleasure is in the quest to the entrepreneur at heart. Success will often the by-product of unrelenting devotion to the task and total commitment.
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