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FYR 005: Principle Four Entrepreneurship
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Entrepreneurship, the ability to turn problems into solutions, productise them or offer as a service and scale up helping others in the process.
An ability to continuously learn is not just a key entrepreneurial skill but is also a very valuable life skill. 60% of people who start small businesses are between the ages of 40 and 60. The average entrepreneur who’s started a business and went on to hire at least one employee is 42 years old.
Humans have always been creative and had to adapt to their surroundings, and today is no different. The world is changing and is requiring adaptation.
How society works and earns is changing similarly to when the agrarian and rural societies moved from the land to the industrial centers.
Entrepreneurship is far more than starting a business; it is the ability to learn and adapt, which is one of the essential skills to have in life.