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Entrepreneurship will Change You

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by Carol Strazinsky Starting your own business can be a challenge. Entrepreneurship will test your talents, your mental toughness, and your ability to adapt. And those tests—if you pass them—can spark extraordinary growth. Becoming an entrepreneur strengthens self-awareness and will allow insight you likely didn’t notice before. If you are thinking about pursing the gig economy, here are three ways entrepreneurship will change you. You’ll develop self reliance. Entrepreneurs need to learn to solve their own problems, or fail. They don’t have a team to handle the daily grind of running a business.  Instead, new entrepreneurs handle everything from product development to accounting. It’s a stressful and high stakes juggling game. But it can teach you a critical lesson: You’re far more resourceful than you thought.…

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