French Innovation. Well, sort of.

by | Jun 22, 2010 | 0 comments

Did you know the word “entrepreneur” was a French word? Yes, it comes from the french word that means “one who undertakes innovations, finance and business acumen in an effort to transform innovations into economic goods”

Translation? Means you create a money making career where there might not have been one previously.

Seriously, the very word entrepreneur—while almost cliche in today’s society of money-makers, book writers, and such– has innovation at its’ core. Are you an innovator? I think too many people let fear of innovation weigh them down.

Almost everyone has an idea for what they would do if they “went into business for themselves” but I don’t know but a handful of individuals that had the guts to go with their glory. If you want a new career and you think you can make it work, then start planning! Start Doing! and Don’t Complain. The opportunities you will have are the ones you make for yourself–the ones you innovate.. So get up, get out, and become one of those handful-people.

C’est Magnifique!

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