Financially Fit? or Personally Fit?

Have you ever wondered what matters to make you financially fit? Answers might include an excellent job that pays you well, a good education and qualifications, and maybe a good family background, which I think is the least important if you have the former criterion. Yet does being financially fit mean that you are psychologically fit? In other words, does having money or an excellent job that pays you well make you a self-satisfied, self-confident, and happy soul?

Entrepreneurship, which is a trend-setting profession, provides a dynamic and enduring aspect of the job market. It is noteworthy that the self-satisfaction an ordinary nine-to-five job provides you with can be multiplied when you are a part of this risky yet worth-the-try profession, “Entrepreneur.” While there may be fluctuations in the popularity of entrepreneurial pursuits, the fundamental drive to create and innovate has been a constant in various economies throughout history.

If you come across this urge to do something new, to do something out of the box, something extraordinarily exceptional, to step out of the mundane ‘chakra’ life, it is that signal you have been waiting for; your entrepreneurial instincts have awakened. The very decision you plan to take, to change the whole perspective of earning through an ordinary job, is what makes you different from the entire world of professionals who run in a cat race trying to go beyond and above their capabilities, risking and testing their skills, to feel confident and satisfied enough to wake up the next day and go ahead with the usual chores.

Taking risks; risking your claims, risking your time, risking your capacities, in order to hold on tight to immerse yourself in the professional world you desire to be a part of is never a route not to be taken. It is exactly where you should be heading right now! At the end of the day, you reap the fruits of your hard work, so why not reap fruits from your garden of fruits? Thus, being an entrepreneur, you will be financially fit by doing something you love, which gives you a bonus each passing day, a bundle full of self-satisfaction, self-confidence, and happiness!

There is no easy way to do anything in life, Deciding the path you should be moving forward is also the same. But once you choose the entrepreneurial path, you have the ownership and responsibility of what you started. This ownership and responsibility together make you engulf yourself in a never-ending entrepreneurship discipline that you will have to abide by infinitely. While being an entrepreneur gives you emancipation to do what you love, the way you want, it does not make you emancipated enough not to anticipate inconveniences. Thus, be it in the financial or management procedure, such issues can be limited if you abide by the disciplinary rules.

Delving deeper into the realm of entrepreneurship, it becomes evident that the path is characterized by a continuous process of learning and adaptation. No new expedition has an easy way in or easy way out. It requires 100% hard work and 100% perseverance. Entrepreneurs often find themselves at the forefront of industry changes, requiring a prudent mindset to stay ahead. This perpetual learning curve fosters intellectual growth and cultivates an entrepreneurial spirit that thrives on curiosity and the pursuit of knowledge.

An integral facet of entrepreneurship discipline is the ability to embrace failure as a stepping stone to success. Unlike the conventional corporate structure, where failure might be stigmatized, entrepreneurship encourages a mindset shift. Failure in the entrepreneurial world is not a reason to be demotivated or a reason to step back saying “It is too risky, I should stop!” Instead, it will always become a journey giving ample reasons to stop, but those reasons should be viewed as invaluable lessons that propel individuals toward refinement and improvement. This resilience in the face of adversity is a testament to the mental fortitude developed through entrepreneurship. Being an entrepreneur, you will be engulfed with an obscure strength or enigmatic voice that will always whisper “Never give up, your journey has yet to begin!”

Furthermore, the entrepreneurial journey is intrinsically tied to the concept of innovation. Successful entrepreneurs are often those who challenge existing norms, identify gaps in the market, and pioneer novel solutions. This commitment to innovation necessitates a mindset that thrives on creativity and adaptability. The discipline of entrepreneurship, therefore, extends beyond the logistical and financial realms to encompass a culture of perpetual innovation. Being an entrepreneur does not make you less than any other professional in the field, remember you will be always looked at as a challenge, which makes your responsibility to do something original much more complicated and huge. As an entrepreneur, you should not delve into the complexities that come across yet comprehend and move along the tide.

In the entrepreneurial landscape, effective communication is a linchpin for success. Entrepreneurs must articulate their vision persuasively to stakeholders, investors, and team members. Mastering the art of communication is a discipline, as it involves not only conveying ideas clearly but also fostering a collaborative environment where diverse perspectives can flourish. The ability to inspire and lead through effective communication distinguishes successful entrepreneurs in their endeavors.

As entrepreneurs navigate the intricacies of their ventures, time management becomes a critical aspect of maintaining discipline. With numerous responsibilities and a dynamic work environment, entrepreneurs must prioritize tasks effectively. The discipline of time management not only enhances productivity but also contributes to a balanced and sustainable entrepreneurial lifestyle. This ability to juggle multiple priorities is a hallmark of seasoned entrepreneurs who understand the significance of time as a valuable resource.

If you hit the right bird at the right time, you will be crowned with so much appreciation and a sense of fulfillment that you never felt throughout your life. Being an entrepreneur is not a convenient option, nonetheless, nothing can be fulfilled in a bed of roses, every achievement requires hard work, perseverance, commitment, and strong willpower.

The discipline of entrepreneurship encompasses a multifaceted approach that goes beyond financial considerations. Thus, your entrepreneurial expedition is a journey that not only makes you financially equipped but also allows personal growth. It is indeed a full package of financial and psychological satisfaction!

Dinithi Lorensuhewa
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  1. Lasitha Samaraweera says:

    Really good ones

  2. Lasitha Samaraweera says:

    Really good one

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