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Studying Entrepreneurship Without Doing It

To See the Whole Video, Go To - Studying Entrepreneurship Without Doing It Below is a transcription of this video This is a response to Seth Godin’s blog post that was done on March 26th, called Studying Entrepreneurship Without Doing It, and he goes on to say it is like appreciation of music without listening to it. Setting up the metaphorical lemonade stand, the costs are almost 100% internal. Entrepreneurship is really about overcoming your fears. It is risky, because you have to put yourself out there and it is very likely that you’re going to get shot down. There are major hurdles that you’re going to have to overcome, and the biggest distinction between successful entrepreneurs and the wannabes is the successful entrepreneurs can get through the hurdles.


It’s not about a great idea if it is such a small part. It is really about the perseverance and able to be dealing with the hurdles. You can get something out into the market and you can have it out in the market for a long enough period of time, so it can actually have an impact. That impact usually comes from penetrating the market specifically, and getting enough people to know about your product or service and want to use your product or service that it can create a successful entrepreneurial venture. Thanks a lot for listening and make today a great day.


Studying Entrepreneurship Without Doing It