Great true inspirational story from Wilma Rudolph

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This story from Wilma Rudolph is an inspiration to everyone

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Forty-First Edition - Great True inspirational story from Wilma Rudolph

The Wilma Rudolph lessons in persistence

At age four, Wilma Rudolph had double pneumonia with scarlet fever, a deadly combination which left her paralyzed with polio. She had to wear a brace and the doctor said she would never put her foot on the earth.  At the age of 15 she went to Tennessee State University where she met a coach by the name of Ed Temple. She told him, “I want to be the fastest woman on the track on this earth.” Temple said, “With your spirit nobody can stop you and besides, I will help you.”  The Wilma Rudolph lessons is persistence teaches us that successful people do it in spite of, not in absence of, problems.  Read Wilma’s story here.

 

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Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Forty-First Edition - Great True inspirational story from Wilma Rudolph

Business opportunities for the freelance accountant

Freelance accountants are mostly hired by small businesses as they cannot afford to have a salaried accountant. As a freelance accountant, you will be responsible for supervising, examining and recording the cash inflow and outflow of your client.  Whether you’re a former Big Five accountant, launching a new career, or trying to make a little extra money on the side; starting a freelance accounting business is a fairly simple process. Because most small businesses don’t retain a full-time bookkeeper, there is never a shortage of work for competent accountants and bookkeepers.  Click here for more info re the freelance accountancy industry.

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Forty-First Edition - Great True inspirational story from Wilma Rudolph

Successfulness

“Success in business requires training and discipline and hard work. But if you’re not frightened by these things, the opportunities are just as great today as they ever were.” – David Rockefeller.  The true meaning of success is not the same for everybody. To be or become successful require action, dedication, focus and many other related habits and attitudes. It also requires some basic knowledge.  To earn money from home is a unique opportunity. Click here and learn more on developing your home-based business and become financially successful and independent.

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Forty-First Edition – Interesting Reads

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Forty-First Edition - Great True inspirational story from Wilma Rudolph

If you’ve ever thought seriously about starting your own business, you know it requires a lot of hard work and sacrifice. However, most entrepreneurs will tell you that it’s worth it. Entrepreneurship comes with a lot of great perks and rewards — from being your own boss and making the rules, to having more flexibility and the ability to work anywhere you want. Business News Daily asked 120 entrepreneurs why they love what they do, and their responses ranged from incredibly inspiring to painfully honest and even downright funny. Click here to see what they had to say.

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Forty-First Edition - Great True inspirational story from Wilma Rudolph

Success story:  How Nkosenhle Hlophe spotted an opportunity

Kenako Multimedia — as Hlophe would eventually come to call his operation — is a perfect example of a simple idea that was turned into a small sideline business, and eventually transformed into a successful company.  “I kept my job as a geologist for quite a while,” says Hlophe. “I made about R6 000 a month on the side, and I decided that I would go full-time once I could cover my basic expenses.”  Sure, starting a business can be about following your passion, but it can also be about spotting an opportunity. Nkosenhle Hlophe identified an opportunity and turned it into a business. Only later did it become a true passion.  Read more here.

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