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The Drive to Start a Business

It takes a different kind of person to start their own business; these people know that it will require a lot of hard work, money, and patience. These people also know that the first year will be challenging, with the potential of little financial reward or even complete failure. Even though the numbers are against them, this personality type will still go for it, because the potential rewards are massive in terms of quality of life and legacy.

Why? These people are entrepreneurs and have a different drive.

Need More Money

Some jobs aren’t enough to make ends meet these days. Driving the entrepreneur spirit to start looking at starting a side business to get more money, which drives them further to make it, a full-time gig.

They Want To Be Involved In Their Business

They like to be directly involved in all aspects of a business. An entrepreneur likes to have a larger role, for example, they want to be part of a production, engineering, sales, marketing and the design team. They have a larger view and feel strongly about creating a business that is successfully run.

The Boss

Being in charge of day-to-day operations of a company drives an entrepreneur to start their own. This means important decisions on how to take the company forwards are made by them.

You Can Do It!

How does it feel to successfully start a business? One of the biggest accomplishments an entrepreneur can make is to their customers, knowing that they have brought a valuable service to them. This gives them a great sense of accomplishment. Many entrepreneurs have a lot of pride and will give back to their community. This feeling drives an entrepreneur to create something to be proud of.

More Personal

Working day in and day out for a large company for an entrepreneur may get boring with no life to it. Entrepreneur strives to get that personal touch back into the business, thus driven to start theirs.

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