Big things have small beginnings, sir.
This article is not just about skills any entrepreneur possesses: Resilience, Focus, Fortitude, Self-reflection, Self-reliance, and Gutsy. It’s something beyond that. It is a virtual panacea for business. The word ‘Entrepreneurship’ is defined in many ways by various authorities:
- Entrepreneurship is actually a sequential array of designing, launching, and maintaining a new business.
- It is also referred as the willingness and capacity to develop and organise a business venture by innovating and taking risks.
- Entrepreneurship is mainly concerned with exploiting the latest opportunity in the market to set up something that hasn’t yet been designed and implemented.
The highway to entrepreneurship is paved with roadblocks and potholes, i.e., it’s not at all easy. Entrepreneurs know how to create a business with their sense of self-worth. Successful entrepreneurs always lead a business in a proper trajectory by making wise decisions in changing environments. They understand their own strengths and weaknesses.
You must be knowing who is James Bond. But still here’s a mandatory introduction. He is a popular fictional British Secret Service agent created in 1953 by Ian Fleming. Apart from films, the character has also been adapted into radio, comic strip, television, video games, etc. Started in 1962, James Bond is the longest continually running and the third-highest-grossing film series to date till date.
Have you ever wondered if Agent 007 has any entrepreneurial lessons to impart? Yes, he has. Let’s take a look.
James Bond and Entrepreneur
‘Famous Fictional Character’ and ‘Innovative and Ideal Leader’ – well, that’s one heaven of a combination. Won’t it make it classy and compelling? Definitely. This decade has been declared as ‘Entrepreneur’s Era’ as everyone is trying hard to lead the troops of employees.
As per a Forbes article, James Bond is armoured with these qualities: