Some people are born with an adventurous entrepreneurial spirit. Others become entrepreneurs due to circumstance and chance. Regardless of the reason, being your own boss and making your own hours is alluring to just about everyone.
Veganism is hitting the mainstream and leading the way as the future in business—especially in the realm of restaurants and fast food.
Starting your own business can be an exciting prospect for most first-time entrepreneurs. You get to develop your own business ideas, you have flexible work hours, and you actually get to call all the shots for a change.
Fostering a sense of ownership among employees can unleash tremendous capacity for innovation, says Edward Glassman. Like franchisees, who own their independent businesses but operate within a well-defined structure or system, empowered employees tend to be more entrepreneurial and committed to helping the organization to thrive.