Infographic: How to become an entrepreneur
Friday, February 19, 2021
If you go back a few generations in time, entrepreneurs were not all about the glitz and glamor of today. It was actually a looked down upon profession. So, what’s changed in the world? Entrepreneurship only works properly with a contract with society to succeed.
Economist Art Carden and Deirdre Nansen McCloskey co-authored the recent book “Leave Me Alone and I'll Make You Rich: How the Bourgeois Deal Enriched the World,” a wonderful explanation of how this societal phenomenon came into being. While the free market fuels the world, it is not enough.
The world is better off because the bourgeois deal recognizes our ability and right to self-author and does not ask for permission from the elites. It extends liberty and dignity for everyone (all races and colors) while empowering women and minority groups to innovate.
Check out the following visual deep dive for more information on how to become an entrepreneur:
- Natural Resources
- Association Management
- Business Management, Services & Risk Management
- Civil & Government
- Construction & Building Materials
- Distribution & Warehousing
- Facilities & Grounds
- Food & Beverage
- Interior Design, Furnishings & Fixtures
- Transportation Technology & Automotive
- Travel, Hospitality & Event Management
- Breaking down barriers to make career and technical pathways accessible for everyone
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- How employers are helping employees reduce student loan debt
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- If hybrid work is here to stay, how can you get the most from it?
- Combatting bullying: It’s time to fight back
- 7 communication skills to build as a woman in leadership
- Customer experience and employee engagement: An interconnected working relationship
- Recessions and small business: How to survive and even flourish
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