What Are Your Entrepreneurial Values?

 

This week I was flipping through the stations one evening and I came across the History Channel’s series – The Men Who Built America. I definitely learned some things I did not know before – things that were both uplifting and upsetting to hear. The series highlighted the lives of Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford, J.P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, and Cornelius Vanderbilt.

The qualities that define an entrepreneur were clearly highlighted – the drive to excel, to innovate, to change the world, to express oneself fully, and to dream a new and bold future.

On the other hand, the dark side of that entrepreneurial drive was also clear to see – profits at the cost of human lives, competition that often decimated others, greed and manipulation.

It made me sit and think about the way that I feel about being an entrepreneur, my values, and most importantly the level of consciousness I choose to function at.

Sheri RosenthalFor me that means that I no longer choose to believe in competition – I only choose cooperation. I have no desire to profit by walking over another human being. I believe it is possible to make a fabulous living and a fortune if one chooses to do so – in a way that uplifts our world rather than suffering it.

So I ask you – what are your values? How do you choose to express your entrepreneurial spirit? I’d love to hear about your personal rules for running your life and business. So do post below and share your perspective with me.


Do You Have the Clarity to Move Ahead Boldly in Your Life?

My question to you is: how can I serve YOU on your path to expansion and how can I help you in fulfilling your purpose in life? Where are you feeling glitched? Where are you feeling frustrated? Is your personal life creating issues in your business life?

If this applies to youlet’s talk about it! Don’t stay stuck.

If you want to chat about this make an appointment today and I’ll explain more in detail.   –> www.timetrade.com/book/8BFCS


‘Till next time …

Sheri Rosenthal