is hard to ignore.
No matter how many times a person with an entrepreneural spirit accepts a “job”, dissatisfaction with the “employee/employer” paradigm creates a sense of feeling you are not following your own heart. This I can state with absolute fact. I have worked for super nice people and those not so nice, but being employed by someone else, always seemed to dappen my spirit for the work. Even when the entrepreneurial endeavor begins to feel like having an employer, the feeling of not being in control begins to affect a person with a true entrepreneural spirit.
Out of all the following inspirational quotes listed below, the last one is the one that resonates with me most. After having eighteen jobs before I created my own personnel placement business, I was pretty sure that I fall into the category of a person with an “entrepreneural spirit” . I never got fired from these jobs, but I sure hated the control of being an employee of someone else.
An entrepreneural spirit is that spirit of independence that generates your personal truth. Some of our ideas seem crazy, but remember there are always three stages for truth to pass through.
“All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.”
“I learned I’m not a good executive. I’m an entrepreneur, and I’m creative. I have to go with my gut and do what I want to do.”
With our world changing and the “culture of sharing” evolving so rapidly, this is a great time for that would-be entrepreneur to make his dreams come true. The old paradigm of “less than” and “duality” is going away. As a collective, we are looking at how we can work together to solve problems. You may just have the answers to solve problems or create something new to create a new paradigm and make our world a better place for all of us.
It is that entrepreneural spirit that might be the answer to your personal issues and the world’s issues at large. Don’t be afraid to follow your heart. The time is now for us to understand that our world’s future depends on each of us and working together to find answers we can all find solutions.
Don’t ignore that entrepreneural spirit of yours. If you hear those little voices in your head giving great inspiration to follow your dreams, don’t ignore them. Listen to them closely and then see where they lead you. We are coming into a world that offers us more “YES” options, if we begin ignoring those “NO” options, being told us from the outside sources. “No” options usually come from fear and doubt in yourself, and are sometimes used on us by those that are seeing life from a platform of greed.
Your life is yours to live.
“Make your decision, then do it and you will win”
(I don’t know the author on this one)
Best of Luck Always!
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This is just a quick share that I found from some of my writing from July 4, 2013:
Claiming Your Independence
No matter when it happens to an individual and in what part of their lifetime they are operating in, claiming your own inner Independence is cathardic.
There may be many times in an individuals lifetime that he or she claims their own independence. But The Truth Is, once you believe in yourself, knowing who you really are, Independence is like uncorking a bottle – You cannot put this personal event back into a “cage” or a bottle.
Once you understand who you are, you understand what you have to offer the world. Let your light shine through and liight will shine through you to our world.
Debbie Foster (July 4, 2013)