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Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is the process of starting a business or other organization. The entrepreneur develops a business model, acquires the human and other required resources, and is fully responsible for its success or failure.


​An entrepreneur is a person who starts a new business and usually risks their own money to start the venture. 

Entrepreneurial spirit is a mindset. It’s an attitude and approach to thinking that actively seeks out change, rather than waiting to adapt to change. It’s a mindset that embraces critical questioning, innovation, service and continuous improvement.

Key Facts on Entrepreneurship

Kinya Bean Owner  of B Chill Lemonade

Kinyah was born in Memphis, Tn. At the age of 6, Kinyah was challenged by her father, Demetrius Braddock to create a business of her own by the age of 10. Throughout her time in business exploration, Kinyah tried to start an ice cream company but it was not launched. Not losing her focus on her dreams but longing to explore other opportunities, Kinyah participated in various talent driven activities to help increase her social awareness, self-motivation and her self-esteem which are all needed to aid in being a progressive professional entrepreneur.
Kinyah enjoyed activities such as track and field, acting, and dancing all geared to increase Kinyah's motivation in herself, and to help her discover traits within that she would use to stay motivated and help her become successful. These activities helped to create more  opportunities for Kinyah to propel and believe in herself and her abilities. Through these various activities challenges, strengths, weaknesses were all exposed but are some of the focal points that Kinyah rely on now when she encourages others to believe in themselves and to push through.
Kinyah attributes her personality and self-drive to activities on and off the field. Her motivation to succeed is second to none. Her drive to achieve her dreams and goals are not only for personal gratification but a longing desire to inspire others to achieve their maximum potential. Her voice and message have been before various ages and platforms both big and small. This road to success is not easy but is worth it and for that, Kinyah strives daily to be who she was created to be and do what she was created to do!

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Entrepreneurship - The Driving Force Behind All Economies

By Matt Ehrlichman Founder and CEO, Porch

Five indicators that demonstrate that the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and thriving in someone.

1) They are in-tune with their passion.
Think of the last conversation you had with someone about something they were deeply passionate about. It doesn't matter if the subject is completely uninteresting to you, the conviction in their voice and the authentic enthusiasm they have for it is captivating. Passionate people know what it's like to dive deep into a subject and completely understand it. This is something we look for when hiring at my startup Porch.com. When people are genuinely passionate about the problems that your company is trying to solve, they will be energized by any challenge that stands in their way.

2) They are always questioning how it can be done better.
Mark Twain once said, "Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect." The average person rarely considers how ordinary things can be made better or improved--those with the entrepreneurial spirit can't help themselves. They are continually questioning why things are done the way they are and aren't afraid to go against the majority to make changes. It's impressive in an interview when a candidate has real questions for the business and suggestions and ideas on how existing product could be improved.

3) Optimistic about all possibilities
To be entrepreneurial by nature is to be optimistic. People with the entrepreneurial spirit don't spend time thinking about what they can't do, but instead ask themselves, "Why can't I?" When starting up, the odds of success are strongly against you, so you really need people are optimistic more than ever. Look for candidates that get excited by the idea of aggressive challenges and big goals. They are the ones will push the boundaries of what was once thought impossible.

4) They take calculated risks
In addition to optimism, entrepreneurs are predisposed to a high tolerance for risk. But it doesn't mean they jump blindly into action, it's instead the opposite. Those with the entrepreneurial spirit make calculated moves while understanding that there are never any guarantees of success. It's also the ability to work autonomously and be decisive. The playbook isn't always clear, so it's ideal to be able to say agile and adapt in a high degree of ambiguity.

5) Above all, they execute
I can't count how many times I've had aspiring entrepreneurs come up to me for advice on their untested ideas. My response is always to go out and act on your ideas first to get real feedback. That's because ideas are meaningless until they are acted on. Those with the entrepreneurial sprit realize that execution is everything when it comes down to success or failure. Find hire the people that have the drive to execute at all times, no matter what the circumstances.

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Something, such as a thought or conception, that is the product of mental activity or An opinion, conviction, or principle.

The idea is the building block or seed that motivates the entrepreneur to move forward.