The Age of the Entrepreneur - 5
1. Entrepreneurs leave no stone unturned. They dream when other don’t dare to dream, they go where others don’t dare to go, and go where they have never been before so they can see what others can’t see.
2. Entrepreneurs’ brains give clues to their eyes. They believe there is something to see, using their brains to inform their eyes there is something new not to be ignored.
3. Entrepreneurs have eagle’s eyes. They believe when others don’t and can see with a much sharper vision because they see with their brains.
4. Entrepreneurs act upon their beliefs. They believe at a much higher level in finding the solutions they are looking for. They see and accept what has always been there before but never seen by anyone.
5. Entrepreneurs redefine problems. They redefine the problems to get clarity as they chase the solutions. They do not get stuck with poorly defined problems for which there are no solutions.
6. Entrepreneurs are careful with partial truths. They seek new truths and apply them. They know that what they may have perceived as truth may not be the full truth. They know why they believe in what they believe.
7. Entrepreneurs are voracious learners. They are constantly seeking life lessons from all their experiences and experiences of others.
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Carlos Fontana, President of Phalanx
Co-author of the book Follow to Lead (The 7 Principles to Being a Great Follower)
Author of the book PRICELESS (Sixty-Six Simple Stories of Reflection, Love, and Legacy