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Calling all Caregivers!

Feb 09,2021

Use your valuable skills to develop a successful business of your own.

Family and professional caregivers have developed valuable multitasking and survival skills.  These skills do not only make them better care providers but align with entrepreneurial traits that lend well to running a successful business of their own.

They have experienced firsthand the challenges and rewards of providing compassionate and loving care to someone in need of support, giving them the insight of what is needed to develop a plan of care and day of purposeful activities. They understand the need for long hours, innovation, and the tenacity it requires to persevere!

Indeed.com talks about the traits that make an entrepreneur.  Notice how many are also traits of a strong care provider.  Here is what the indeed article mentions:

What is an entrepreneur?

An entrepreneur is an innovative individual who seeks to use their knowledge in a particular skill set or industry to create a business venture.

13 traits of an entrepreneur:

Here are 13 qualities that make an entrepreneur:

  1. Self-motivated
  2. Open-minded
  3. Curious
  4. Proactive
  5. Health-conscious
  6. Creative
  7. Persuasive
  8. Brave
  9. Team-oriented
  10. Youthful
  11. Humble
  12. Punctual
  13. Humorous

What are the benefits of being an entrepreneur?

Despite specific challenges, being an entrepreneur can prove extremely rewarding to those who gain success. You can be your own boss, create your own schedule and work flexible hours. What’s more, you can build a business around a topic you are passionate about, giving meaning to your work life.

Read the indeed.com full article at:

https://www.indeed.com/hire/c/info/traits-of-entrepreneurs

Have you ever had thoughts of starting your own business within the caregiving industry?  Contact me directly. I would be honored to help you achieve your goals!

kara@elderwelladultday.com

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