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What Makes A Rural Entrepreneur?

by Nathan Zachary
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What is a Rural Entrepreneur?

Recently, I asked my acquaintances from all over the nation what word(s) best describe people who were entrepreneurs. Some were entrepreneurs themselves, while some were not. I focused on people from rural experiences or connections to rural areas to determine if some differences existed with the typical buzzwords entrepreneurs use. It was a fascinating mix of words and also included new comments I may not have considered as being associated with the term “entrepreneur. Here are my thoughts about each of the terms and how they connect to being an entrepreneur.

1. Entrepreneurs are ready to take that leap away from the cliff to reach their goals. They’ll look at all angles to safeguard themselves to the best of their ability. However, they must decide to take that leap. This is particularly true for rural areas, as there is distance, population, and connectivity to contend with.

2. Innovative It’s not likely that everyone will come up with the following Apple; however, in every way, entrepreneurs are innovating in their thinking and process and not stifled from their ideas by “it can’t be done” thinking.

3. Independent entrepreneurs like making decisions, being able to exercise flexibility, and setting rules.

4. They are resourceful and entrepreneurial – just like my dad – give him a baling wire, and he can fix any problem on the ranch. Nowadays, it is more closely related to using duct tape. However, you will see. Entrepreneurs come up with the solution they require.

5. Creative is not specifically an artist, musician, or actor but more within the category of “outside the box” thinkers. Entrepreneurs always have an idea in their heads.

6. Free-thinker – according to Wikipedia, a “free-thinker” is “a person who forms opinions on the basis of reason, independent of authority or tradition ,… ” Yes, it’s an entrepreneur.

7. Ambassador – This was a bit different. However, ambassadors take on helping others and acting as ambassadors for the unexplored entrepreneurial world.

8. Achiever One of the terms for the term “achiever” are high-flier, self-starter, go-getter, and doer. Each of these traits is essential to the success of entrepreneurs.

9. Leader – Does this represent the true characteristic of a businessperson? Confident leaders are exceptional. However, others aren’t. Confident leaders aren’t great entrepreneurs, either. The debate could turn into a friendly “chicken or egg” debate.

10. Entrepreneurs are more open, exposed, and vulnerable to huge loss or great success.

11. They believe in the work they do. According to Anthony Robbins, “There is no greatness without a passion to be great, whether it’s the aspiration of an athlete or an artist, a scientist, a parent, or a businessperson.”

12. Prosperity – There’s no reason to become an entrepreneur without the aim of prosperity as your final product. There are, however, many different definitions of prosperity. Every business owner must find their definition.

13. progressive Entrepreneurs tend to outdo everyone around them when identifying new ideas and creating new twists on well-known and tried-and-true initiatives.

14. Self-motivated – Entrepreneurs don’t need help from anyone else to start their journey. They work as hard as is needed to achieve their objectives.

15. Persistence and determination are something that entrepreneurs should consider. If you aren’t determined, you’ll never be successful. You’ll encounter people who stand on your path, those who aren’t supportive of you, and constantly face challenges when building your business. These characteristics are vital.

16. Driven – A different perspective on determination and perseverance. Driven is more of the fire in your stomach that convinces an entrepreneur that they’ve got the tools to succeed.

17. Energy-driven – This is a trait that is frequently overlooked. It is essential to prepare physically and mentally to put in long hours, deal with the rejection, and bounce back. You require the motivation to present the best image to your clients, suppliers, and other people you contact daily.

It’s a long list. However, entrepreneurs are a diverse group of people. Some might be adding “nuts” to the list, and they’d be correct. Entrepreneurs are the ones who dare to step. We’d love to hear from you if you believe we’ve missed a characteristic.

In the end, when we were trying to find the traits that rural entrepreneurs possess, it seems they contain the same characteristics as urban entrepreneurs. They might face more significant challenges related to distance, population, and technology. However, the characteristics they have are similar.

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