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All the great institutions and companies we know today were built by men and women with an entrepreneurial spirit, who committed themselves to doing something meaningful; who knew that their only source of success was by reaching out and working with their own hands.
Entrepreneurship is born out of finding a need around you and filling it. The world is constantly in need of one service, product or the other. It could be anything from running a successful phone call center, a tailoring business, dry cleaning services, catering services and what have you.
Entrepreneurship gives you the platform for meeting such needs or providing the solutions that people want. It not only fills the need, but satisfies it in a cost effective and profitable way. In essence, wealth is created when problems are solved and needs are met.
Entrepreneurship does not necessarily require extraordinary ability, but finding what you can do well and establishing it.
According to Economic Advisor Paul Zane Pilzer, Author of the New York Times best seller, “The next millionaire”, entrepreneurship is on the rise – home based businesses are one of the fastest growing segments of the economy worldwide, and that trend will only continue as the age of the corporation now gives way to the age of the entrepreneur.
Guy Kawasaki also said, “The best reason to start a business is to make meaning, to create a product or service to make the world a better place.”
In today’s world, working for yourself is actually a safer route and working for a large corporation has become the riskier proposition. This we can readily see, with the continual sacking of thousands of workers especially in large corporations worldwide. The conventional wisdom had always been – go to school, get a good degree and work for a large reputable company. The idea of running your own business was most often regarded as risky. Today, it is completely the other way round. Being employed by a so called large reputable company doesn’t give you any guarantee of a job or financial security; you may resume for work one day and meet a sack letter right there on your work table.
Starting your own business requires a lot of planning, a lot of hard work. It may be challenging initially, but the commitments to make it happen always result in success. Many people run away from commitment to entrepreneurship and yet they want to create wealth. More people become wealthy by starting and building their own successful business than by any other way. Check out the stories of the top billionaires in the world, they are business owners who didn’t make their fortunes working for anybody else.
In case you are in doubt, I want you to know that the greatest opportunities abound today for people who go into business for themselves as entrepreneurs.
The greatest decision you will make is to decide to start your own business; this will not only give you cool wealth but freedom as well. Below are the reasons why it is profitable for you to start your own business.
1. When you make your own money, you can make your own choices, unlike when you are working for a boss who dictates what you can do or cannot do.

2. When you run your own business, your innovative and creative side shines through. This gives you the freedom to be most expressive and ultimately empowered.

3. You have flexibility of time for maximum profitability. In other words, you will be able to run your business in such a way as to use your time and efforts carefully, so as not to waste time and resources.

4. Being an entrepreneur enables you to engage in a business you enjoy doing, at the same time make good money from it. This will enable you to make meaningful contributions to the society.

Your passion for your work plays an important role during difficult times; it fortifies your resilience and ability to overcome difficulties, it supports your dedication to remain true to your original vision and fuels your determination to succeed.
Don’t ever think of working for anybody. Start your own business and be your own boss!




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