Jake Wood Was Once a Warrior, Then a Nonprofit Leader. Now He’s an Entrepreneur.
You’re either a CEO or a founder. If you’re a founder, you’ve probably got some idea there. If you’re a CEO, you know there is no such thing as a founder of a company.
It’s all about the team you have.
You are either a CEO without a team, or you’re an entrepreneur with a team.
If it doesn’t have a team, it’s just a CEO that’s the CEO without a team.
You have to have a team of people to be called a CEO.
A CEO and a founder, of course you have a team.
I’m sure it doesn’t take much of a stretch of the imagination to figure out how a team works – think how your friend who is an expert builder or your friend who is a doctor has a team.
You’re either a CEO without a team, or you’re an entrepreneur with a team.
So the team is the key, then.
If you can have a great team and run a great company, you are an entrepreneur.
It’s a tough one to call.
It has nothing to do with money.
It has everything to do with the fact that you have a great team.
In the world of business, founders and CEOs make the difference, and you can become a CEO and founder of your own company.
To get to that point would require some serious work.
It would take a lot of self-reflection, a lot of soul searching, a lot of re-training, a lot of risk assessment and a lot of hard work.
If you’ve got a strong team, and you’re a CEO and founder, you have a chance at making it.
A successful founder and a successful CEO can make the difference, too.
What does that look like for you?
Let’s work through some scenarios, and you