Friday, December 5, 2014
What entrepreneurial desire do you possess?
In a passage from Upanishads, the ancient and sacred texts of Hinduism, the writer proposes this thought about desire: “A man whose mind wanders and longs for objects of desire, goes again to life and death according to his desires. But he who possesses the End of all longing, and has found fulfillment, even in this life his desires will fade away.” In the world of entrepreneurs, desire is the common denominator and truly a powerful force. But what is not common among entrepreneurs is what is desired. Perhaps there are two kinds of entrepreneurial desire: to accomplish something entrepreneurial and to be an entrepreneur. It’s important to understand the distinction because while both may lead to success, the latter is more likely to provide fulfillment. Here are examples of desiring to do something entrepreneurial.
Posted by Lanaya Benjamin at 9:01 AM