Do you have an entrepreneur mindset or that of an employee?

The way in which the global economy continues to evolve, the traditional career path most individuals follow is also changing and evolving. Gone are the 30 to 40-year careers at one company. For most new graduates of college, they will on average see no fewer than 4 employers in their first 5 years after graduation.

The reality is we can no longer settle into a career path and think it will be sufficient until retirement. Those who do get the cold water awakening when their company informs them they are moving across the country or worse yet, they are closing their doors. They are then faced with the difficult reality of finding an alternative way to provide for their families and must develop their own entrepreneur mindset.

Entrepreneur Mindset Versus Employee Mindset

Such an example is why the spike of growth in the world of entrepreneurship. Many people are leaving the confines and “comfort” of employment for the world of being an entrepreneur. It has gained such popularity even reality TV has created shows to showcase the entrepreneur. Is being an entrepreneur just a game? Is just having a novel idea all that is required to be a successful entrepreneur?

Entrepreneur Mindset Versus Employee Mindset

The answer, of course, is no, and you need much more than simply a great product or idea to be a successful entrepreneur. It may come as a surprise to many people, but a successful entrepreneur starts well before the first prototype part is made, or even before the first dollar of capital is ever raised. It starts with the mindset of the individual.

We’re sure you have heard about having a success mindset and its importance, but that is not what we’re discussing here. No, the mindset which is required in this case is the Entrepreneur Mindset, instead of the Employee Mindset. How do these mindsets differ? The bearing they will have on your success is what you need to understand prior to getting involved in your own business

There is a distinct difference in the way an entrepreneur processes information and goes about their day-to-day activities versus an employee. At the very core of an entrepreneur’s mindset, there is a fundamental difference in their beliefs of themselves and what is possible as compared to their employee counterpart. If you are looking to make the transition from employee to entrepreneur, you must understand this shift in thinking.

We have prepared a comparison between having an Entrepreneur Mindset and an Employee Mindset. Use this comparison to discover the differences as well as what you will need to change in your own personal thinking to be successful in your entrepreneurial enterprise.

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