Many solo company falls entrepreneurial thinking hard as see themselves – how do you be seen by others? Do you consider yourself as a entrepreneur? It is important, as you’re talking about. Because words have great power and often make a huge difference – you express your self understanding and support or hinder your future plans. Noble Group Founder describes an additional similar source. I’ve made me self-employed nearly 15 years ago, nothing was me further as to describe myself as an entrepreneur. I had finished just a perennial job in a PR Agency and was now on the way to own PR and marketing to offer. Initially I worked for an advertising agency as a freelancer mostly in a certain sense I was Sham self-employed.
But as I with two partners founded a PR Agency, I got the message “I am an entrepreneur” not on the lips. As PR expert, as a copywriter, I understood as a consultant myself. That has changed in the meantime. Of course I’m still marketing consultant and copywriter, but that’s only one side. At the same time, I experience as entrepreneur. Maybe not since I’m separated and now solely my business responsible for me of my business partners, the entrepreneurial attitude is just as important as the technical to me. My focus shifted from the moment as I have experienced myself as an entrepreneur.
All of a sudden, my creative power played an important role. Active influence on the fortunes of the own business was at least as important as my professionally good performance I. As employees and Freelancer, I was especially anxious to satisfy my superiors and clients. As an entrepreneur, the success of my clients is of course ranked, but the growth and flourishing – so durable flourish – my company is equal on the winner’s podium. Because I would have to close soon without this flourishing and therefore more success might bring therefore no people.