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This is how to develop an entrepreneurial spirit

The 6 P’s of the Entrepreneurial Spirit

The 6 P’s of the Entrepreneurial Spirit
  1. Passion. Passion cannot survive without a path.
  2. Path. This is your plan for getting there, at the pace you set.
  3. Positivity. No success is possible without cultivating an optimistic perspective.
  4. People. Without the power of people around you to support you, mentor you, and otherwise love you, your passion will fall flat and your plan will never get done.
  5. Perseverance. None of these P’s will work if you don’t fuel them with perseverance and hard work.
  6. Productivity - how you use your time to make it count. Productivity pulls all of the other P’s together and enables you to love your life.

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This is how to develop an entrepreneurial spirit

This is how to develop an entrepreneurial spirit

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The 6 P’s of the Entrepreneurial Spirit

  1. Passion. Passion cannot survive without a path.
  2. Path. This is your plan for getting there, at the pace you set.
  3. Positivity. No success is possible without cultivating an optimistic perspective.
  4. People. Without the power of people around you to support you, mentor you, and otherwise love you, your passion will fall flat and your plan will never get done.
  5. Perseverance. None of these P’s will work if you don’t fuel them with perseverance and hard work.
  6. Productivity - how you use your time to make it count. Productivity pulls all of the other P’s together and enables you to love your life.

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