The Second Act - Magazine - Page 9
especially if it is the first
time for an individual
creating a venture. But the
subtle attraction of repeating
the process all over again, to
then create a second venture,
still needs some dialogue.
Yes, there is a first time for
everything. The question is, is
there a second time too? And if
there is, what makes the Second Act
Whatever the answer might be, it is true
that ultimately, entrepreneurs come to
shoulder a great responsibility, especially,
if they become successful and go on to
manage more people, more money and, in
turn, are entrusted with more power. It is
easy to idealize those who we see as powerful,
but it becomes even more important in those
scenarios to hold them responsible for the overall
impact their ventures have on the wellbeing of the
communities they impact. And perhaps that is why
it is so important to understand the motivations and
ideologies behind people who go on to create and
command multiple ventures.
In this edition of GRIT, we try to answer those questions
and dive deeper into the entrepreneurial mindset.
The Second Act begins now.
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