Congratulations, You're an Entrepreneur!
Yes, even if you don't own your own business, you are an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs are innovators. They bring value to the marketplace, and to people's lives. Entrepreneurs solve problems and get paid for that.
If you don't think you own and operate a business, think again. The way that you show up to your job each day, and the work that you do, is entrepreneurial. You represent the business of YOU, and what you have to offer the world. Your product is whatever skills and traits God made you with.
Even if you don't consider yourself an entrepreneur in the typical sense, when you show up in the world as if you are, you represent freedom, opportunity, and innovation. It's not a skill or an occupation with limited availability--anyone can step into this mindset.
I love working with entrepreneurs because they tend to be visionary. They think in terms of what could be, rather than what is, and this is an ideal environment for wealth-building because the mind of an entrepreneur is one of abundance.
If you're not an abundant thinker, I want to encourage you to start seeing the world in terms of what could be. Operate from a space of what you can do, rather than what you can't. When you make this mental shift, doors will begin opening for you that you didn't see before.
And, if you feel so inclined to see what's possible with your finances when you step outside of typical financial planning, let's talk.
Maximize Your Real Estate Return, Todd Langford (Password: Wh0leTruth!)
A scene from "After Earth" on fear (which comes from scarcity thinking)