“Example Of How An Entrepreneur Responds To An Opportunity
An interesting way to understand an entrepreneur is to examine how they approach things. We have taken a case of a social entrepreneur to examine how an entrepreneur thinks and acts in comparison to other career choices;
Identifying and solving large-scale social problems requires a social entrepreneur because only the entrepreneur has the committed vision and inexhaustible determination (passion) to persist until they have transformed an entire system.
The scholar comes to rest when he/she expresses an idea.
The professional succeeds when he/she solves a client’s problem.
The manager calls it quits when he/she has enabled his organization to succeed.
Social entrepreneurs go beyond the immediate problem to fundamentally change communities, societies, the world. There is a dramatic difference between entrepreneurs and other business people.
Entrepreneurs approach problems and opportunities with greater vision and passion which creates much greater impact then most people. If most people take a situation from A to B, an entrepreneur would take it from A to Z.” www.TeachingKidsBusiness.com/
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Cheers….Amanda van der Gulik….Excited Life Enthusiast!