Being an entrepreneur is not an easy task. Merely having the characteristics of an entrepreneur seems like hard work. Not only are they passionate, but they are also business savvy, confident, planners, always on to something, money managers, and they never give up even when things become difficult and seem impossible to them. Entrepreneurship is artistic and bold thinking. Although businesses run on money, entrepreneurs are often focused on a great deal more than their bottom line or goal. They significantly contribute to society by leading the way and by finding innovative solutions to practical, financial, and social issues. There are so many entrepreneurs contributing to our community, and it is time for us to give back to them. Entrepreneurs need strong support and an advisory system to turn their startup presumptuous ideas into a valuable business that will help many Americans. Supporting entrepreneurship is essential for the development and improvement of our lives. Remember: By supporting entrepreneurs, we support innovation. There are many ways to encourage entrepreneurship, including providing easy access to small business loans or grants, offering business development classes at local colleges and community education programs, hosting a small business day; and the most important two are to get organized and become social. Due to the current times, it can be challenging for small businesses to keep their goals even close to how they were before 2020, but there are still ways that society can support small businesses in the area that we all value and cherish. Some of the simplest ways to support small businesses are buying gift cards or certificates, shopping local, ordering delivery or going to nearby restaurants that may be struggling, tipping a little more than you typically would (if you can afford to do so), sharing their information on social media, and always keeping them in mind for the future instead of the larger corporations that may not be struggling as much. For GovCon, please consider partnering with small businesses not only to meet your small business goals but to help build the mentor protégé knowledge management transition. One of the most significant ways that Revolutionary Solutions likes to support small businesses by giving back to the community and connecting businesses. Small businesses are the heart of our community’s families. Let’s support our families and employees together by staying engaged, sharing knowledge, and showing commitment to each other. As the holidays come closer, let us share the merry with our entrepreneurs and small businesses.
Help others achieve their dreams and you will achieve yours.
- Les Brown
Brittney Floyd, Revolutionary Solutions, LLC.