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  • Writer's pictureMarc Ebinger

Entrepreneurial Mentality: Acknowledging Time as Businesses' Most Precious Commodity

Gil Herrera, a Senior Account Executive with Spectrum Business, stresses the power of acquiring an entrepreneurial mentality and, in particular, the relevance of strengthening the value of time.

Gil:

I think the biggest thing is having that entrepreneurial mentality, but in a corporate world, there are limitations that I can do and they're always butt heads. So now let's say, for example, I went back into the alarm industry or whatever, and I was completely different, I was my own boss, right?


I was not tied to a company that's where. I could definitely see how that would take out a lot of the paperwork, a lot of them, and just let them do that. And so that way I could just focus on the sales side of it. And I think that's where your definition of success comes in. I think the biggest eye-opening thing, what we were talking about earlier, wasn't so much the money.


Like the money wasn't even on the table. It was, you weren't, wasn't really a discussion. It was the time, the amount of time that saved that your VAs are helping you provide a service to you. That alone is just amazing because it's like, time is our most precious commodity, but so many people don't realize that it is.


Marc:

We don't value it. We waste it all.



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