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Entrepreneurs by nature have a strong desire for self-sufficiency, earning a living with innovation and thinking outside the typical
parameters of employment. To pursue an entrepreneurial goal of self-employment and self-sufficiency, it's necessary to overcome doubts
and fears that might hold you back and squelch your vision. By exploring personal interests and desires, it's possible to earn a living by doing
activities that fit your lifestyle. Whether you pursue providing products or services to people, you can capitalize on innovation and
reach your entrepreneurial goals.
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The typical image of self-sufficiency may evoke scenes of an expansive garden on a small plot of land in the middle of nowhere. While this
lifestyle may fit some people, it's not the only definition of self-sufficiency. Becoming self-sufficient can also involve creating a
business model that does not require support from outside agencies. Simply put, to be a self-sufficient entrepreneur, you would devise a
start-up business model that does not rely on receiving funding from outside sources for the initial success of your business. The government
and some nonprofit agencies have grants and funding in place designed to assist entrepreneurs with business expenses. A start-up business owner
may apply for these types of funding to receive assistance with business expenses. Some funding is in the form of gifts, and other types of
funding are loans that the business owner must repay. An entrepreneur seeking complete self-sufficiency would choose to avoid this type of
assistance, instead finding other ways to make ends meet.
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With an idea or a concept for a business, you would begin building it independently. This will likely require a website, which you will use to
attract customers and promote your service or product. Knowing or learning basic coding will enable you to get a website up and running to
the point where you can present a product or service and accept payments from customers. Performing this work independently instead of hiring an
expert would enable you to save money. With a little luck and a few sound decisions, your start-up business should reach this initial point
of self-sufficient operation (accepting orders and payments from customers) within six to 12 months.
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Some cultural differences exist between people who live in northern states of the United States and those who live in southern states. For
example, the concept of southern hospitality has a strong association with people living in the south. A stereotypical image exists of
outgoing, friendly southern people who go out of their way to interact with and help others feel comfortable and at ease. Some of this attitude
may stem from an initial lack of industrialization that existed in the south, in comparison with the northern states. Southerners may have more
of a small-town attitude of embracing and interacting with others, whereas people from the north may be more guarded and introverted.
Another stereotype exists about people from the south centering around their tough and ready approach to life. This stereotype may have
originated from the Civil War era, when the Confederacy fought for independence from the Union.
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Combining the desire for entrepreneurial goals and self-sufficiency with the typical southern attitude may be a recipe for unparalleled success.
A strong can-do attitude that seeks to succeed with hard work and innovative ideas can result in a start-up business getting off the
ground with resounding profits and prosperity. With imagination and ability, a concept can be born. From this point through to marketing and
sales, an entrepreneur can build a business that will provide for a consumer need or want.
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