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For all present and potential entrepreneurs

Hello readers, 1st of January, 2017 as come and gone. I am still pretty much excited about the new year. Hope you all enjoyed the holiday. I took a break, hope you did not miss me much. Today, I will be writing about entrepreneurs.

An entrepreneur is an individual who starts a business, he or she assumes all the risks associated with the organisation with the hope of getting a reward. An entrepreneur is responsible for making decisions on what product (goods and services) that will be provided to the public for sale. The entrepreneur also provides the capital required for running the business. Entrepreneurs play an important role in a country as they help develop a country by creating products that can be exported to other countries. This will help build the gross domestic product (GDP) of a country.

Becoming a succesful entrepreneur requires dedication, entrepreneurs are responsible for the growth of the business they have established. The business is your vision, so you must be commited to it. It will help motivate your team members (employees). The way you treat your business is the way your employees will treat your business. 

Procrastination is bad for business, when you procrastinates it is most likely the goal you want to achieve will not be ascertained as a result of you not carrying out actions that will be required to achieve the stipulated business goal. When procrastination occurs you end up not taking the required actions or delaying the required actions needed to achieve your goal. A delay could prevent you from achieving your goal, although is better late than never, however being late might mean taking actions when it is no longer needed.

That is all for today. Thank you for reading this article. Keep checking out my blog regularly. Cheers!

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