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The Entrepreneur Versus The Wannabe

18 August 2014

Ruby member Lisa Ormenyessy sums up what she sees as the difference between entrepreneurs and those who just "wannabe".

Wannabes obsess over Ideas.

Entrepreneurs obsess over implementation – Don’t analyse everything all at once – just focus on what is generating profit – don’t try to reinvent the wheel.

Wannabes focus on Leads.

Entrepreneurs focus on Conversions – Implement marketing systems that close the sale for you.

Wannabes focus on Positive Thinking.

Entrepreneurs Plan for Multiple contingencies – Positive thinking is important, but you are not a Jedi yet, you cannot conjure money up out of thin air.  Positive Thinking only gets you so far; you must have Positive Thinking combined with specific targeted action to get massive results

Wannbes focus on Building Fame.

Entrepreneurs build the business. Let ego go: Your focus should making as much money as possible as quickly as possible; this will inspire others to do the same.

Wannabes seek the Perfect Plan at the Perfect time.

Entrepreneurs Take Action when Seeing Opportunity.  Entrepreneurs accept an educated risk and make big decisions quickly once they have all the information.

Wannabes wait for the Lucky Break.

Entrepreneurs take Responsibility and Create their own Circumstances.

Wannabes Fear Looking Stupid.

Entrepreneurs Risk Looking like a Fool, knowing short term loss of image is a good trade for long term success.

Wannabes Shield Ideas from Harsh Reality.

Entrepreneurs put ideas in the light and expose them to reality as soon as possible.

Wannabes Put off practicing basketball until they have their Air Jordans.

Entrepreneurs Practice in bare feet behind the garage. (Let go of perfect)

Wannabes Believe.

Entrepreneurs use Original Research and make their own decisions based on their own due diligence

Wannabes try to do Everything and Anything.

Entrepreneurs use Systems and Technology to master the variables most people struggle with

Wannabes think and say could and should.

Entrepreneurs think and say IS and CAN and BE.

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