As an entrepreneur, you probably already have a general feel about which kind you are and which perspective you usually choose to work with. I hope these seven descriptions allow you to zero down further on how you can complement your strengths with other kinds of entrepreneurs to not just achieve your goals but also scale your business and impact.
AVODA aims to be the “Next-Gen” Startup hub. We aim to connect our entrepreneurs to customers, not just investors, and to do so well in a post-COVID world. And by the time we put you in front of investors, you’re no longer just a business idea; You’re a business.
Different cultures tend to have different perceptions of what an ideal father-son relationship looks like. And it’s easy to project our own view of what our relationship with our Heavenly Father should look like BASED upon what our relationship with our earthly father was like.
Entrepreneurs are visionaries; we see and pursue things that other people cannot yet see. We are disrupters of the market and status quo; we find ways to do common things differently. And as a result, we struggle daily with the thought that, “Nobody understands me.” It is true, nobody gets us. We are a special breed.
This is a very common battle entrepreneurs face. A siege against your vision; your dreams are being besieged. You are doing so much; you have given up everything, you have given up your friendships, your time with family, your energy, your money, but nothing seems to happen.
Most crises in history have overlapping similarities (e.g. economic recessions, lay offs), but each also comes with unique new normals, new needs, new ways to serve, and new ways to matter.
God has clicked the “pause” button for the entire globe. For billions of people, that ever-speeding, ever-noisy, ever-stressful thing called life has suddenly taken a break. It is as if the Creator looked upon His creation, a world driving itself increasingly insane, and announced, “Be still, and know that I am God (Psalm 16:10)”.