I’m interested in what makes an entrepreneur tick; why would a person want to shoulder all that responsibility and take on all that financial risk?
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) December 14, 2012
In the release “Day in the Life Profile of Social Media Thought Leader: Dr. Bobby Ghaheri.” Judy writes, “I’m interested in what makes an entrepreneur tick; why shoulder all that responsibility? Why would a person take on such financial risk? I myself almost became an entrepreneur. I was about to try it once and then ran for the hills as the saying goes.”
Judy’s following words explain why she is in such awe of entrepreneurs, be it an individual endeavor, or a partnership where trust and compromise in addition to financials come into play. Judy wrote in her new blog series, “I took what I perceived as a safer approach to a career. I graduated from the University of Minnesota with a BS in Accounting, an MBA in Finance/Marketing, and even passed the CPA exam. During and following those years of education, I decided to follow the corporate track, very large corporations in fact. But was this corporate track really safer, less risky, how about fulfilling? Now that I look back onto my career, I’m of a different mindset now.”
Judy adds: “There’s a lot of opportunity to learn beyond your education as you move throughout a corporate setting, but it’s rare, if not almost impossible to get a role within a corporation where you have your arms around the big picture. Most roles are strictly defined and you are supposed to stay within those boundaries. As I look back, I also think was it safer? I was downsized; sure I didn’t lose a business, but it was just as devastating for me financially and emotionally. At that time I remember thinking what did my education get me?”
Judy continues with, “Now that I work for Digital Solutions, Inc. I love it! As I work with our valued customers, most of whom are physicians, I look at them differently as I did when I only interacted with them as a patient. It never occurred to me that they were entrepreneurs. Before working here, I thought they were Doctors, they went to medical school, residency, perhaps a fellowship before becoming board certified, but an entrepreneur? Of course physicians can choose to be an entrepreneur and I’m about to introduce one to you right now.”
Judy then goes on to proudly introduce her first blog of this series: “Day in the Life Profile of Social Media Thought Leader: Dr. Bobby Ghaheri.” Judy closes with “I hope you enjoy reading this entrepreneurial series because entrepreneurs in my opinion and I hope others, is what this nation is made up of from the beginning. So join me in learning how they became so brave!”
Digital Solutions, Inc. out of Minneapolis hosts the MDWebpro Blog and suite of applications helping doctors across the United States and abroad better utilize and measure inbound marketing. To learn more about MDWebPro or Digital Solutions, Inc. visit MDWebPro.com or call 800-941-0378