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It is undeniable that 2020 rocked our world (in a bad way) and made us go through a transformation that we never expected. With the pandemic and lockdowns taking up a massive chunk of our year, we have been exposed to a flip side of life.
When it comes to leaving our corporate jobs behind and heading into the world of entrepreneurship, one question we often ask ourselves is if our business idea is good enough?
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Traditionally, the word entrepreneur was used to labelled individuals who undertook control, coordinated and assumed the risk of a business in a competitive marketplace. However, the definition of an entrepreneur has come a long way today. 
Have you woken up on a Monday morning and dreaded your life because you need to endure five consecutive days at a 9-5 corporate job that sucks the inspiration and motivation out of you? If that is the case, it is about time you consider taking charge and becoming your own boss!
In today’s society, the term “entrepreneur” is thrown around loosely and carelessly, but what does it really mean today?