Get up and Go Marketing debunk the three most prominent myths surrounding entrepreneurship
Get Up and Go Marketing has this week used a workshop to discuss and debunk the three most prominent myths surrounding entrepreneurship. The direct sales and marketing industry has in recent years come under scrutiny due to movies like the Wolf of Wall Street that misconstrue the reality of sales and marketing as a greed-fuelled business. While Scorsese’s representation of the world of entrepreneurship was glamorous, Get Up and Go Marketing are this week looking to debunk the myths of entrepreneurship in hopes to motivate their workforce to climb the professional ladder.
You are on your own
The firm wants their contractors to realise that while at the beginning an entrepreneur is often left to build their brand if they are successful they will eventually have their own team who can support them to create the correct decisions. Get up and Go Marketing emphasise that the sales and marketing industry is unique in the way it can only operate with a team, so those looking to establish their own business will automatically have the team structure that other entrepreneurs in different sectors may lack at first.
It is all about the money
Get up and Go Marketing’s Managing Director Elliott Curtis admits that the money can often be a preliminary motivating factor to get into entrepreneurship, but after experiencing business ownership for himself, he is keen for his contractors to realise that he gains the most reward from seeing others grow into business professionals. He is adamant to debunk the myth that entrepreneurship is all about money.
Business becomes your life
Get Up and Go Marketing are keen to stress that entrepreneurs who are organised with their time can obtain the perfect balance between their social and business growth. The firm focuses a vast majority of their workshops on organisational skills to equip their workforce with the knowledge required to prevent company taking over their lives.
Get Up and Go Marketing hope this workshop will dispel any of the myths surrounding entrepreneurship that their recruits may have previously believed. The firm prides itself on helping young professionals grow into entrepreneurs with their very own businesses and are confident that after this workshop they can move forward to help their workforce develop, knowing they are aware of the reality of the entrepreneurial world.