The world is run by ideas. If you think about it, everything that has ever been created originated in the mind of a single human being. The light bulb, the computer, the stock market, and even the automobile were once just ideas in someone’s head.
It could have stayed that way.
Every day, people’s minds are filled with all kinds of thoughts. On the inside, we are all entrepreneurs in some ways. What causes humanity to evolve is this entrepreneurial mindset and the courage to take action.
Action and consistency distinguish true entrepreneurs from those who just have some ideas. Building a profitable business usually takes years of hard work and determination. And many setbacks and failures along the way. That is why, after careful consideration, a true entrepreneur acts on his idea and works to build it up, one day at a time, with consistency.
There are, however, some cultures that encourage entrepreneurship, while others simply bully anyone who wants to break free from the employee mindset and build his or her own project. In this week’s spotlight article, you’ll learn how to think about your ideas and how to be aware of the culture you’re in, and how you might make the best use of that to achieve your goals.