The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines an entrepreneur as:
"one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise."
Yet they take it even a step further and explain that since the 20th century, it has come to mean something more. Entrepreneurship has become synonymous with go-getters, leaders, and independent thinkers. And if you're anything like me, you've always been fascinated by this modern-day concept of people with a vision.
To me, that's the telltale sign of an Entrepreneur. I know this, because that's the foundation of my Blueprint Process. I believe that we're all uniquely designed--and this design is a part of each of our lives. It stems from the skills, passions, and desires that we've had since childhood. So if you've felt this way for a long time, there's probably a reason.
So, let's talk about that Entrepreneurial Blueprint. What is it? How do you determine yours? And why should you want to?
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