It takes more than just guts to transition from an employee to an employer. Being an entrepreneur is all about mindset. So, can you become an entrepreneur from an employee? Read to know.
The first thing you need to ask yourself - are you willing to take the risk of not having a pay cheque coming in at the end of the month.
The fear of not having a constant pay cheque coming in stops many from realizing their dreams.
Experts believe people don’t want to take the plunge, the first step. They suggest if one really wants to be an entrepreneur, he/she needs to learn to be okay with a level of discomfort of constant inflow of money and not get anxious it.
Having a strategy in place, having a clear vision in place and having clear goals in place is what can take a person on the road to entrepreneurship.
If you think you cannot survive the lows that come with failures that one may witness at the time of starting out a business, you always have the chance to make a comeback.
In today’s age of innumerable startups and big businesses, a go-getter is sure to get a job if plans don’t materialize as planned.
You can’t just quit your job and sit and say hey, now what am I going to do. Ask yourself. What am I passionate about. What is it that you want to get out for every single day – that is what will drive you.
If you say this is great money but you don’t enjoy it, you won’t sustain. Having a very clear roadmap and sticking to it is sacrosanct.
It’s very important to have discipline. You have to inculcate self discipline because if you are entrepreneur, you have to working 24*7, there is no shut shop at 7.
Being an entrepreneur is not for everyone say experts. Some people work better in a structured environment because that gives them a sense of discipline.
Comprehension of Strengths
Recognizing your strength is very crucial.
Every entrepreneur has their own strengths and challenges and to recognize that, to be aware of that, to look for things that would compliment them. For example, if you are a big picture person and find it difficult to get past the everyday nittie-gritties of the day, can you get somebody on board who can compliment you and has an eye for detail.