Entrepreneurship Truths Iqaluit NU
Entrepreneurship: the Truth is in the MethodologyAuthor: John Vespasian
"To persevere in obstinate condolence is a course of impious stubbornness," wrote Shakespeare in his play Hamlet in the year 1601.
The key element of successful entrepreneurship has nothing to do with persistence. Starting and growing a business has little to do with stubbornness and everything with flexibility. It is a psychological trait that is stifled by rigidity and enhanced by change.
Entrepreneurs dig holes on the ground only if they have good reasons to believe that this is a feasible solution to a burning problem.
JOHN VESPASIAN writes about rational living. He has resided in New York, Madrid, Paris, and Munich. His stories reflect the values of entrepreneurship, tolerance, and self-reliance. See John Vespasian's blog about rational living at http://johnvespasian.blogspot.com/