In today’s world entrepreneurs are a very important resource for the success of an economy, contributing with new innovative ideas. An entrepreneur are dynamic individuals willing to take risks to produce something new and unique, but under all this confidence and success lays a very high cost which we as an audience fail to see. The whole process that an entrepreneur needs to go through to start a company and execute his idea is very complicated and fragile, starting a company is not as tranquil as it seems. On the contrary the whole procedure can be very ruthless making the founders of the company pay a high value.
1. What are the factors that contributed to the success and failure of Steve Jobs as a technopreneure? There are many aspects we can consider which lead to the success of Steve Jobs as a technopreneure. Before looking at the success and failure we will see what does technopreneur means.
During watching the Profit show, I noted that Marcus Lemonis depends on three keys people, product, and process. He asserts that any business will collapse if it lost one of these keys. Lemonis shows a passion for what he does, so this is the basis of his success. His interactions with small-business owners from the unpredictable to the outrageous, as not everyone is comfortable taking advice that may conflict with how they currently run their companies.
People recognized Jobs’ for what he ended up making and not for his challenges that led him to being triumphant. Jobs explains his philosophy on life when he states, “If you live each day as if it was your last, someday you will most certainly be right” (3). This is one of Steve Jobs famous quotes. This quote means do what makes you happy because the next day you might not be here. Steve made this quote because he realized his life is short and priceless and nothing could ever get in the way of that.
Steve was terribly intelligent and sharp minded person ,we can say that he was the “Father of technopreneour” .He had plenty of dreams and idea’s that take him to the best height .He showed however success may be achieved by thinking outside of the box . Jobs captured our imaginations , because he understood his customers and he knew that every customer need the simple and easy things. He think that the customer don’t care about the product . They care regarding themselves, their hopes, their ambitions. He usually told his workers that if you facilitate your customers reach their dreams, you may win them over .The creation of Steve Jobs square measure the work of months or th years of perfection .
Many people may judge his character based on his appearance. But, behind is contemptible appearance is a relentless bully, intimidating, aggressive manager that pushes until he get what he wants. Some of his words of choice wasn’t always pleasing to those he spoke to. Gates leadership style frequently included the use of f-bombs, with of his favorite sayings being “That’s the stupidest f--- thing I’ve ever heard!” (Mcilvaine, 2016).
Work Hard Anything without hard work is nothing. “Hard work defeats talent when talent does not work hard.” Hence, despite having everything essential for you to succeed in your entrepreneurial field, if you won’t work hard then it will cost you your life to succeed. Hard work plays a vital role in your journey to success.
James Howe, critically acclaimed author wasn’t always so ambitious. In fact, he was once diffident and kept to himself. He loathed hunting and shuns any brutality. He determined from his childhood that he would always try to impress his family, even if it meant going against his own precepts. That was, until one day, when he was ten, his brother, Paul altered his world forever.
He soon founded a company which is Apple after various obstacles. It also connects with my father, who was also in situation similar to Steve Jobs. My father was obsessed with managing and engineering when he was in high school. He always tells himself that if you really want to achieve a goal, or to possess an ability, and it is certainly not born with you, you must get obsessed with it or else nothing comes in your way. He worked day and night, he finally worked from a small officer in a company to forming his own company, and became a leader of his own.
Sinek claims corporations must help Millennials overcome instant gratification as it made the generation look narcissistic, lazy, and entitled (Sinek). A business should teach them the skill, but do not leave them there; show them when the skills can be put to use or even go as far as setting up a simulation to help them. As Millennials try to combat the negative stereotypes it is much harder to develop new skills as an adult and too much pressure cannot be put on them. Millennials seem to be more sensitive than past generations and constantly think that it is their fault when something goes wrong (Sinek). A corporation can teach them that it may be their fault, but not to dwell on it.
My friend and I are struggling to change our mindset, from fixed mindset to growth mindset. We don’t blame our parents for that, and we can’t, because we also learn at school and at our community, which are really out of our parents’ control. Instead, we are thankful to becoming what we are and knowing that we are able to change our mindset now. I know change is hard, but it is possible and worth it. I like the quote from Mindset book, “Change can be tough, but I’ve never heard anyone say it wasn’t worth it.”
and it says, “Telling someone to follow their passion-from an entrepreneur 's point of view-is disastrous” (463). Not all businesses end up failing but when they do, it can be a big disaster. Most of the young generation are starting to put up businesses because of Jobs, which means that a good majority of them will sadly end