Saturday, May 15, 2010
Purpose: Thoughts of an Entrepreneurial R.E.B.E.L. (Volume 6)
The most powerful and successful entrepreneurs are those who operate out of purpose. I'm not just speaking about making money. Entrepreneurs realize that they do need to make a profit, yet that is not their sole ambition. Purpose transcends the entrepreneur's individual wants, needs, and desires and expands to his/her fellow man/woman. The degree of success that others reach becomes a determining factor in what the entrepreneur considers as his/her own personal success. Purpose has to do with a higher calling than just material wealth and ego boosting. True purpose is grounded in spiritual principles that govern the natural world. Hopefully I'm not getting to deep for some, but there is no other way that I can express the nature of purpose and where it stems from. If an entrepreneur runs his/her company according to spiritual principles such as generosity, goodwill, integrity, and love; success is almost inevitable. If an entrepreneur combines a sense of purpose with business savvy, experience, and technical knowledge then they are unstoppable.