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How Hard is Entrepreneurship Really By Manisha Rewani

How Hard is Entrepreneurship Really?

By Manisha Rewani


Entrepreneurship is the ability and readiness to develop, organize and run a business enterprise, along with any of its uncertainties in order to make a profit. The most prominent example of entrepreneurship is the starting of new businesses.

In economics, entrepreneurship connected with land, labor, natural resources and capital can generate a profit. The entrepreneurial vision is defined by discovery and risk-taking and is an indispensable part of a nation’s capacity to succeed in an ever-changing and more competitive global marketplace.


Why Entrepreneurship is so Hard

There are no simple rules or a checklist that can ensure your success as an entrepreneur. It’s tough to capture the nuances of running a business. But here are some tips: -

  • Building a business is a marathon, not a sprint. It needs patience, consistency, and momentum each day.

  • Know that it’s okay to not have all the answers. It’s okay to ask for help.

  • Founders need to find their balance and learn how to stay grounded. Things will get out whack and there is only so much you can do to exercise control.

  • If you feel stuck or you’re lost or confused, always go back to your “why” to help you get back on track.

If someone asked me what the hardest part about being an entrepreneur is, I would say making decisions and knowing when I am right or when I am wrong. Each day in our businesses, we are forced to make decisions on market conditions, prices, costs, and accepting or declining business deals.

There’s no doubt that entrepreneurship is hard. It takes a lot of guts, determination and perseverance to start your own business. But what makes it all worth it is the sense of accomplishment you feel when you finally achieve success.

So why do so many people choose to become accomplished entrepreneurs? The answer is simple – because they want to be their own boss, make their own decisions and control their own destiny. They want to create something new and see it grow into something successful. And they know that if they work hard enough, anything is possible.

But being a flourishing entrepreneur isn’t easy – there are plenty of challenges along the way. You have to be able to handle failure, cope with stress and keep going when things get tough. You need thick skin and a lot of self-belief, because not everyone will believe in your idea or support your venture. It can be lonely at the top sometimes too!

But if you have the passion and drive for entrepreneurship, nothing can stop you from achieving success – no matter how hard it may seem at times

But Entrepreneurship Matters!!!

Discover the power of entrepreneurship and how it shapes the world around us.

Some of the most famous people in the world are entrepreneurs. Whether they’ve created world-famous brands, conceived brilliant ideas, or introduced ground-breaking technology, entrepreneurs contribute immensely to society. And they’re usually recognized for their life-changing work.

But not every entrepreneur is famous, nor do they have to be. At its core, entrepreneurship is starting a new business. And regardless of how big or small a business is, its contributions are important.

So, let’s take a look at two of the reasons why entrepreneurship matters, and how it helps improve quality of life for consumers.

1. Growing the economy.

When entrepreneurs create successful products (or services), the economy is stimulated. This is because new ventures can lead to:

Higher rates of employment

More efficient use of resources

Faster generation of wealth


For these reasons, many national economies categorize entrepreneurship as a highly valuable asset. Japan, Germany, and the United States are leading countries for entrepreneurial development. It’s no surprise then that all three rank among the top five wealthiest countries in the world (according to GDP).

2. Solving problems.

Innovation drives entrepreneurship. For example, where other people see manual processes, entrepreneurs see digital solutions. And with technology’s help, successful entrepreneurs discover ways to solve problems that the world’s current products and services can’t.

In this way, entrepreneurs are largely responsible for our contemporary creature comforts. Our latest inventions. And our most advanced technological developments.