Tuesday, 10 March 2009
While browsing the net, catching up with my regular dose of news from different blog sites, I came across few things that I thought would be helping in motivating and encouraging us to get up, and acknowledge that already have what it takes to become the future entrepreneurs.
All we need to do is to take the necessary steps required.
You know you’re a young entrepreneur when you start to look around in your classroom and think of ways your classmates can profit you in some way (not monetary necessarily).
You know you’re an entrepreneur when eating food or sleeping seems like a chore to you.
You know you're an entrepreneur when your enthusiasm keeps you awake at night and you start to think of ways to profit from insomnia.
You know you're an entrepreneur when...you work 16 hours a day for yourself, so you don't have to work 8 hours a day for someone else...
You’re an entrepreneur when time freezes while you are doing what you feel passionate about. You forget that there's a thing called breakfast, lunch and dinner. And you forget what is sleeping, and you forget that everything else is there.
Everything, everyone, every situation becomes an opportunity
You know you're an entrepreneur when you bore your mates with business ideas!
You know you're an Entrepreneur when you sometimes lose sight of every other thing in your life that has value, and you know it, but you keep pushing because your drive to succeed is too strong and uncontrollable!
You know you're an entrepreneur when...your friends keeping asking if you've totally lost your mind...and you just smile.
You know you're an entrepreneur when you cringe at the thought at ever having to be an employee again.
You know you’re an entrepreneur when you take your girlfriend out to dinner and try to give her financial advice.
You know you’re an entrepreneur when you are making more while in college than your peers will when they graduate.
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I hope this motivates us in our steps in becoming successful entrepreneurs.
Monday, 9 March 2009
The first requisite for success is to develop the ability to focus and apply your mental and physical energies to the problem at hand - without growing weary. Because such thinking is often difficult, there seems to be no limit to which some people will go to avoid the effort and labor that is associated with it- Thomas Edison
Sunday, 8 March 2009
Saturday, 7 March 2009
Known about this guy for a while now, though I’d share it with it, my hope is that this could somehow inspire you and lead to a path of self-realisation.
Ben Casnocha: Comcate Founder
Ben Casnocha started his entrepreneurial endeavors at the age of 12, while being in 6th grade. he’s now 21 and is the founder of ComCate, a company that provides tools to local governments to interact with their customers. In the following podcast Ben talks to Vic about his journey so far and where he is headed in the realms of entrepreneurship.
Ben is currently on a one year break before college, which he is utilizing to travel the world and write his book.
Ben is now, 21 and has 14 people working under him to assure that ComCate operates smoothly.
ComCate is now one of the leaders in software and IT support for government agencies all over the United States, and Ben shows no signs of slowing down. It’s scary to think just how far he might go after graduating college and being able to “really” focus some attention on his company.
It is amazing to think of what a motivated 12 year old can do.
He started the company based on a sixth grade technology class project when he was just 12 years of age while he attended the Town School for Boys, a popular school in San Francisco.
Since then, several dozen clients from small to mid-sized cities are ringing up annual revenue of around $750,000 for his company.
Hope you were inspired in some way, continue to read or listen to "Think and Grow rich" by Napoleon Hill.
Till next time.
Friday, 6 March 2009
Hello, you’re probably expecting me to post some next topic on the blog, but instead i will be sharing something very useful.
But while browsing the internet, I have stumbled across a great website that has some detailed information that most young and aspiring entrepreneurs might want some information about.
It covers students from college, university and also young adults, even those that are not planning to go to university.
Wow, i think this podcast is explosive, i totally love, i love it.
Here is the link.
Let me know if it is helpful and discuss it in the group or my blog.
Till next time.
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