Entrepreneurship is the process of designing a new business, i.e. a startup company offering a product, process or service. The entrepreneur perceives a new business opportunity and often exhibits biases in their perception and subsequent decision to exploit the opportunity.
The exploitation of entrepreneurial opportunities may include design actions such as to develop a business plan, acquire the human, financial and other required resources, and to be responsible for its success or failure. Entrepreneurship may operate within an entrepreneurship ecosystem which includes government programs and services that promote entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship resources (e.g., business incubators and seed accelerators), entrepreneurship education, training and financing (e.g., loans, venture capital financing, and grants).(-wikipedia)
There are more entrepreneurs than ever before, the desire to succeed and make a lot of money to live a life that others would only dream of is the main driving force for many.
Willing to give everything, sacrifice own needs and wants along the way is a rocky road and often leads to burn out and exhaustion. Even if many entrepreneurs do reach their goals financially, the question of true happiness still arises.
Does only money make us happy? What if we haven’t found our true purpose and we still heading in the wrong direction? How could a more integrated approach, a spiritual point of view help us to become a better person? What is the way of spiritual entrepreneur and how can this apply to our own business?
Tami Simon: CEO of Sounds True Shares Path as Spiritual Entrepreneur
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