The word “entrepreneurship” was coined in the early 1990s to describe a person who develops a business idea and then takes it on, often through a series of small businesses.
For many, the term comes with a stigma attached: Entrepreneurs are typically thought of as self-promoters and “lazy” because they never see the results of their efforts.
However, a recent survey of over 1,000 founders found that 80% said that they have personally benefited from their business.
They also say that their efforts have improved the lives of others, created a network of contacts and brought more than a few people together for fun and connections.
In this article, we’ll share five tips that we’ve learned over the years as we’ve continued to pursue our passion for creative expression.