I pursued entrepreneurship because I wanted to have greater control over my work and financial situation, and I had a passion for bringing my unique ideas to life. I was driven by the desire to solve problems and make an impact in my industry.
I was also drawn to the potential for growth and financial rewards that come with starting a business. The idea of being my own boss, setting my own schedule, and building something that can evolve and grow over time was very appealing to me.
It's important to note that starting a business can be challenging, and not all ventures are successful. But I was willing to take the risk and put in the hard work and perseverance required, because I believed in the potential rewards both professionally and personally.
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Starting my enterprise was a logical extension of the work I had been doing as an individual contractor, so the transition seemed easy enough.
What I had to learn very quickly was the business planning, marketing and competitive analysis aspects of operating an enterprise, as opposed to negotiating single person efforts.
Industry teaming, having others work for me and dealing as a company instead of a person were all challenges.
Report Kenneth's answer
The desire to take back control of the direction I wanted my career to go and also aspiring to actually help people in comparison to passively watching global issues and trends.
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Working on my own schedule and being my own boss as well as creating a significant impact on my community
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For me, entrepreneurship was a natural choice because I have always been driven by a passion for change and a desire to create a meaningful impact for people and the world. From a young age, I was fascinated by the power of business to drive positive social and environmental outcomes, and I knew that I wanted to be a part of that movement.
Whether it's by developing innovative new products, creating jobs and economic opportunities in underserved communities, or supporting important social causes, I am constantly inspired by the potential of entrepreneurship to create a better future for all.
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I have try to do small business since schooldays. however i understand that starting my career as a businessman will be a bit risky. So i decide to work in new company and learn as much as i can in 10 years. if i have good career means i have enough skillset to start my business..
I start to have my own business in my 11th year of working.