Let Out Your Inner Entrepreneur

Being an entrepreneur sounds scary.

It makes me think of financial risk, uncertainty and failure, which is unnerving to anyone with a stable job and income.

Although many believe it’s too risky to pursue full-time, I think you can find a way to work entrepreneurship into your career and personal goals.

For instance, many professionals pursue a hobby or side job outside of their work. I think this action is done in the entrepreneurial spirit; finding a way to claim your own personal success that both satisfies and empowers you beyond the work you do for someone else.

Whether it’s volunteering, building, painting, writing or mentoring, an opportunity to make your own success outside of your job is very rewarding and enables you be an entrepreneur in your own, low-risk, way.

If you find a way to be an entrepreneur and keep your day job, you’ll probably feel more fulfilled because you’re contributing to your company’s success, while also¬†pursuing your own passions. Don’t be afraid, find your inner entrepreneur and let it out!

How will you let your inner entrepreneur out?

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  1. Hopefully, as a young professional you are also passionate about contributing to the success of your company. The business of your company/organization should be one of your passions otherwise you should probably find another job. If you’re not passionate in the business of your company or organization then it will be very hard to be fulfilled and happy in your career. I do agree there is plenty of time outside of your regular “day job” to pursue other passionate interests, including entrepreneur activities and I urge anyone with the desire and an entrepreneur spirit to get out there and make your dreams a reality.

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