Both are dreaming to make it big and be in a cover of the Entrepreneur magazine someday.
They have lots of similarities but there are key differentiators. And that will dictate who'll succeed and who will fail.
The first group is what I call the "Sideliners".
Ang taong laging may sideline.
These are wannabe Entrepinoys who are looking for new business opportunities every time. They start a business based on the latest business trends.
They love to read Entrepreneur magazines, search online, and attend business events searching for the "perfect business opportunity" or the next big thing.
As a result, they jump from one business to another.
In the past they’ve been to businesses like…
Sari-Sari or Retail store
Water Refilling Station
Food or Restaurant
At kung ano-ano pa.
In some cases, they run these businesses simultaneously but in the end…
They're still broke, stuck in the job that they hate, and slave in the corporate world.
In other words…”Kayod Kabayo, Buhay Kalbaryo.”
But they didn’t realize that they’re like running in a treadmill.
No matter how hard and fast they run they’ll still be in a position where they started.
I really can't blame them.
They are a VICTIM and were brain washed by big companies selling “business opportunities.”
I began to search and studied how former corporate employees become a successful Entrepreneur.
I need to know… how they did it. What are their strategies? What kind of thinking do they have?
This is when I discovered the second type of aspiring Entrepinoy which I call…
“The Cautious Entrepreneur”
Cautious in tagalog “maingat”
They’re the type of Entrepreneurs that will succeed in business even limited time, capital, and have a full-time job.
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