The thought of becoming an entrepreneur — starting a business — is scary and intimidating. But there are several genuine reasons why you should take that route now, so you won’t regret starting out late in the future. What? That tough, tricky, and lonely route? Yes, you read right.
Entrepreneurs are the hope of tomorrow, future decision makers, and world transformers. Take a smart look at a successful entrepreneur and tell me you don’t wish to be like him. Perhaps, you don’t like his lifestyle, but how about his income?
No one is born an entrepreneur nor did anyone suddenly wake up to become one. All entrepreneurs launched by taking the “start leap” — they all started out somewhere.
Even if you’ve not been to a bull riding event, sure you must have seen this sport on ESPN or other short documentaries.
Bull riding or rodeo is a daring 8 seconds sport. The rider’s job is to remain at the back of a bucking bull for 8 straight seconds to be counted as a qualified ride.
The rider must fasten one hand to a braided rope on a bull weighing between 1,700 – 2,200 pounds depending on the competition.
Rodeo sport tests strength, stamina, guts, grit and ultimately staying power. A rider confirmed that his nervous moments are seconds before the race where he’s in chute feeling the puffing and rage of an angry bull before he’s released into the arena to be bucked really hard by the raging monster.
The 1997 action comedy movie, the ‘101 Dalmatians’ adopted from Dodie Smith’s 1965 novel had parents misconstrued about the Dalmatian breed. They bought the Dals in large numbers without knowing what to expect from the breed. The population of Dals grew so much at that time because of the unscrupulous act of greedy backyard breeders who bred the dog continuously for gain. Parents who bought these pups were overwhelmed by the demands of keeping them. Continue reading “You vs. the Dalmatian – A Lesson on Leading the Wilfully Independent.”→
An insatiable appetite for material things governed my teen years. I delighted in anything big, expensive, unique, lavish, on-point, out of reach to the common. I had an acquisitive mind of my own. I really wanted it all. Continue reading “‘Greed’ is Good”→