Difference Between Entrepreneur And Entrepreneurs

1707 Words7 Pages
We cannot all be entrepreneurs as they say but we can all be investors. Almost every working class person is an investor. If you have a life policy or funeral cover pension funds you are an investor. People do not understand that there is a difference between being an entrepreneur and an investor. I see sometimes when I write about financial literacy and how most employees are slaves to the debt; I received comments that we cannot all be entrepreneurs. No, we cannot all be entrepreneurs but we all want financial freedom. When I say save money daily don't buy an expensive car don't go out every weekend don't open clothing accounts don't buy expensive alcohol invest retire rich I'm saying be a Good Investor while you are on your job. You’re already an investor but not an expert at it. You are currently creating more debts than the investment you make. For instance, you can have a car that is twice the value of your property. That's simple economics – things like that make you a bad investor. An entrepreneur starts his own business, implements his ideas and an investor is a person who only takes the financial risk. You're never too young to invest. Yes, investing can seem intimidating, and yes, there are experts out there who seem to speak a whole different language, but not everyone needs to make a career out of it. Most of us are just in it to bulk up our savings for retirement, make a little extra money on the side, or even just beat inflation (more on that in a minute).
Get Access