Wanna Be vs. Entrepreneur: What are the differences?
11 differences between those who dream and those who act:
– Wanna-be‘s obsess about ideas. Entrepreneurs obsess about implementation.
–Wanna-be‘s want more web traffic. Entrepreneurs focus on sales conversion.
–Wanna-be‘s focus on positive thinking. Entrepreneurs plan for multiple contingencies.
–Wanna-be‘s want to get on TV and get ‘famous.’ Entrepreneurs build their list.
–Wanna-be‘s seek a perfect plan. Entrepreneurs execute and adjust the plan later.
–Wanna-be‘s fear looking stupid in front of their friends. Entrepreneurs willingly risk making fools of themselves, knowing that long-term success is a good trade for short-term loss of dignity.
–Wanna-be‘s shield their precious ideas from harsh reality, postponing the verdict of success or failure until ‘someday.’ Entrepreneurs expose their ideas to harsh scrutiny as soon as reasonably possible.
–Wanna-be‘s put off practicing basketball until they’ve got Air Jordans. Entrepreneurs practice barefoot behind the garage.
–Wanna-be‘s believe what they’re told, believe their own assumptions. Entrepreneurs do original research and determine what paths have been already trod.
–Wanna-be‘s believe they can do anything. Entrepreneurs do what they’re gifted for and delegate the rest.
–Wanna-be‘s think about the world in terms of COULD and SHOULD. Entrepreneurs think in terms of IS and CAN BE.
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