At some point in time, we all have thought of creating our own business. We see the freedom it offers, and we get excited. Then we look at the obligations and requirements, and we pretend we forgot about them.

The world of entrepreneurship is an exciting one. Maybe challenging. But worthwhile. It can push you to the edge. And you can use that to grow. It’s a tremendous opportunity to move forward in your life journey.

This is what I want to talk about here. This topic is part of the WORK pillar and talks about how the world of entrepreneurship can help you grow personally and spiritually. It is the topic I look forward to start writing about.

These are the articles I plan to write here:

  • The Innovator’s Dilemma
  • The Innovator’s DNA
  • Get LEAN
  • The stress of pitching
  • CREADEL: my model of starting a business
  • Look for blue oceans
  • Always start with why
  • Get to the tipping point
  • The magic of design thinking
  • SCRUM framework: an ugly name, a lesson to be learned
  • Ways innovators experiment
  • 3 ways to innovate
  • Constraints are your friends
  • Where do innovations come from
  • Sources of new business ideas
  • Entrepreneurial vs casual thinking
  • Entrepreneurship vs Intrapreneurship
  • Entrepreneurial vs administrative approach
  • Origins of startup ideas
  • Locate the adjacent possible
  • Find your niche
  • Appealing to early adopters

I will post one new article every month on the first Sunday at 10 am UTC.

In any case, don’t forget that Life is all around. And consider starting your own business. It can help you realize it sooner if you are willing.

Innovation is a pathway to growth, either it is for your business, work, or personal life. Although there is no single way, we have many methods that can help us innovate. This article talks about three of the most efficient ways to innovate.

Addressing the WHY question is not only important for a new entrepreneur. It can also prove an important stimulus and inspiration to grow in life. There are questions that cannot categorically be answered by today’s science. These may have to do with the purpose of humankind, space or just about creation itself. Think of “Why does anything exist?”, “Why am I here this very moment”, “Why we get born and why we die?”.

Entrepreneurship books and courses offer many methods on how to be creative and get new ideas for a startup, business or company. A rather less known but widely applicable term is the the adjacent possible. We have all used it at least once or twice to evaluate and come up with new ideas, even unconsciously.