An entrepreneur solves both economic and personal people’s problems; he serves the mass numbers of people’s problems. An entrepreneur solves problems and an example of some entrepreneurs are Donald Trump American president, Robert Kiyosaki founder of Rich Dad Education, Aliko Dangote in Nageria and Hakainde Hichilema in Zambia, Jack Ma in China and many others.
An entrepreneur sees the both his personal and economic future vision, and are able to shape and create that future, that’s why I said the future belongs to entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs will have the resources to buy a future when it changes, the rest will often suffer because of lack of the resources.
Entrepreneurs build big businesses that solves economic and personal problems for example unemployment and poverty, an entrepreneur is builds businesses that creates jobs that serves employees financial problems, paycheck for monthly survival.
An entrepreneur owns lands, properties (infrastructures) etc.
An entrepreneur solves financial problems that elevate economic financial progress.
An entrepreneur sees an opportunity in an opportunity, and improves it more, and an entrepreneur sees opportunities in a problem too.
They is a very big difference between an employee and entrepreneur, an employee serves themselves and their family only, and entrepreneur serves a community, country and worldwide problems, an entrepreneur serves many people’s lives, and today we have more people who just want to serve themselves and not their communities, country or their world, and these are employees who are being offloaded by school on the market place where few and fewer jobs are being created.
We have few entrepreneurs in this world who create jobs, but more than enough student employees on the market place, and this is what is causing this high rise of unemployment globally, and when you say school does not produce entrepreneurs it only produces slaves, employees who must work for others, many people still resent this truth, school is obsolete today and needs to change its obsolete old industrial age philosophical way of training kids to become only employees for the government and the rich.
The world we needs more people to become awakened employers, entrepreneurs or business owners who see problems as possibilities to create a better change for mankind and this world. The responsibility of an entrepreneur is to solve a problem, and not to worry about the money. If you solve a problem and seek out ways to serve more people, the money will find you; this is the responsibility of an entrepreneur.
Listen to the words said by Anita Roddick, Entrepreneur; Founder: The Body Shop (1942-2007). “Nobody talks of entrepreneurship as survival, but that’s exactly what it is and what nurtures creative thinking”. Its time to start your own business.