The Entrepreneurialism Viewpoint (Part II)


Entrepreneurial Perspective

Viewpoint of Street Entrepreneurialism

This entrepreneurialism viewpoint is Part II of an enterprising perspective of the attainment of unique success by Dean Verdant. Read Entrepreneurial Viewpoint (Part I) for further reference. 

Any fact facing us is not as important as our attitude toward it, for that determines our success or failure. The way you think about a fact may defeat you before you ever do anything about it. You are overcome by the fact because you think you are

Norman Vincent Peale

Struggle to Succeed

The arduous struggle to succeed is a common run theme throughout most entrepreneurial journeys. The root cause of most problems faced by aspiring Entrepreneurs tends to stem from a lack of specialist knowledge and skills.


Invest valued time, effort and money in quest for success. So as to determine Entrepreneurialism perspective, expressed as unique attitude, awareness, approach and agenda. Underpinned and upheld with guiding principles and strict code of conduct. Thus, devise, develop, drive and deliver unique business and brand.


“Love what you do and do what you Love”, and thus, attract and manifest specialist knowledge and skills needed to succeed. As a result, intuitively devise, develop, drive and deliver unique entrepreneurialism viewpoint.


When you, "Love what you do and do what you love", you welcome with open arms challenges put before you. Insurmountable obstacles diminish, and problems are perceived as enterprising opportunities and solutions. Thus, business and brand is leveraged and monetised with an entrepreneurialism viewpoint.

How shall we learn to know ourselves? By reflection? Never; but only through action. Strive to do thy duty; then you shall know what is in thee

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Take a Stand

Why take a stand? Consider this entrepreneurialism viewpoint, global acceptance and use of the term NEET, should be refrained and removed from common practice.


Today, too many Young People are identified and classified NEET, describing people aged 16-to-24 with no education, employment or training. The acronym was first used in the UK, in the late '90s. Though since spread to other countries, most notably, US, Canada and Japan. The term discriminates and perpetuates low self-esteem among Young People that tend to already be disadvantaged and underprivileged. As a pun, it exudes cynicism and derision, yet poses the ironic question; "Why would anyone define Young People as skilled, smart or methodical, when in truth they have no education, employment or training?"


Take a stand and raise awareness against the use and acceptance of the term NEET. A covertly derogatory remark, which should be removed and refrained from common use. The solution is to to devise, develop, drive and deliver unique problem-solving solutions. Purpose-built to produce and promote wisdom, wellbeing, worth and wealth. Thus, engage, educate, enlighten and empower aspiring Entrepreneurs, especially those Young People with no education, employment or training.

I stand for freedom of expression, doing what you believe in, and going after your dreams


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"Love what you do and do what you Love"

If you have a positive attitude and constantly strive to give your best effort, eventually you will overcome your immediate problems and find you are ready for greater challenges

Pat Riley

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