J is for Just do it
Posted by Pierre de la Fortune on September 10, 2015 @ 12:01 a.m.
Written by Peter Baskerville and Dr. Neil Flanagan
For the entrepreneur, the decision to just do it is often to do it alone. This is what separates an entrepreneur from a highly competent corporate executive, for the latter on getting knocked back on a proposal will simply shelve the project. This is not the entrepreneurial one. They immediately look for an alternative even if that means putting 100% of their own resources behind the project to make it happen. They believe in the opportunity to the point of going it alone if needs be. 'Making it happen' is what the entrepreneur does.
"The suffering born of a tragic event is fate’s doing – the regretful anguish of a missed opportunity, is ours" PB
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