GO-GET­TERS: A SHORT GUI­DE TO SUC­CEED

Excelencias Gourmet - - Especial -

So­mehow, we’ve all been go-get­ters in spe­ci­fic as­pects to reach our goals and dreams that be­gan as small ideas, a proposals or illu­sions. The term is not only re­la­ted to the de­ve­lop­ment of a work or pro­ject, but al­so its con­cep­tion and be­gin­ning.

This is pre­ci­sely the difference among go-get­ters and bu­si­ness­peo­ple, tra­ders or entrepreneurs: the crea­tion of a new bu­si­ness and in­no­va­tion in the con­cept of the exis­ting ones. Go-get­ters usually emer­ge and co­me out of exis­ting or­ga­ni­za­tions. They ha­ve ta­ken their bu­si­ness from sim­ple pre­mi­ses up to chains of dis­tri­bu­tion and ser­vi­ces or from a works­hop in a ga­ra­ge to po­wer­ful trans­na­tio­nal em­pi­res, with suc­cess lin­ked to one per­son, who is cha­rac­te­ri­zed by ha­ving com­mon pro­fi­le and per­so­na­lity fea­tu­res.

ES­TA ES LA DI­FE­REN­CIA EN­TRE UN EMPRENDEDOR Y UN HOM­BRE DE NE­GO­CIOS, CO­MER­CIAN­TE O EM­PRE­SA­RIO:

LA CREA­CIÓN DE UN NUE­VO NE­GO­CIO Y LA IN­NO­VA­CIÓN EN EL CON­CEP­TO DE LOS EXIS­TEN­TES

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