I remember applying for an exclusive membership to a club and they asked me what I did for a living. I simply said, “I’m an entrepreneur.” The person interviewing me said “Everyone says that. What do you REALLY do for a living?”
Shit got me to thinking.
Most people judge us when we use a big fancy word like “entrepreneur.” Many people have no idea what that really means, even though they have heard the word hundreds of times.
For a lot of folks, “entrepreneur” is synonymous with scatterbrained because many people who tell you they are an entrepreneur are all over the damn place.
Meanwhile, if you tell someone you are a business owner, you get a totally different vibe with way less confusion and judgment.
But, there’s a big difference between being an entrepreneur and a business owner.
In this video, I’ll tell you the five people you must-have in your organization to really qualify yourself as a business owner.
Watch the video, learn a thing or two and act accordingly. If you own a business and want to talk about the possibilities of growing it with capital, consultations, leads and more, apply at jointheapex.com