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Being an Entrepreneur is one of the most exciting and popular things to do Though starting and maintaining your own business isnt easy Through real life experience I have learned how to manage and maintain a business In the following I intend on telling you how to do it yourself to display what I have learned Your heart pounds You smile Excitement abounds You are inspired Life has a new meaning What is the object of all this positive energy An idea The experience of getting a new idea is wonderful What follows can also be fun and exciting when you have a plan and know what it takes to carry your idea from conception to reality Dreaming a dream is one thing but bringing the dream to market is another dimension entirely Business is all about making money which means the bottom line is the bottom line However once your dream is realized there are several steps you must take before going to the market Entrepreneurs Guide PG 20 Educating yourself needs to be both open-ended and focused to provide the freedom necessary to explore unexpected leads Success at this stage often depends on how open-minded you are If you enter the education process with even some preconceptions you are likely to miss important learning Entrepreneurs Guide PG 36 Adopt a spirit of adventure about learning new things If you fear learning new information because it might undermine your idea then you will miss major insights There is good news in everything you learn if only your vision is broad and clear enough to see it How a joint venture with the company holding the patent could be an even bigger idea How you can use the learning and experience from working on this project to benefit your company in other ways This attitude is crucial to your success at this early
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