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Entrepreneurship in Gaborone, Botswana…by Alinah Mphofe

22 Dec iMADdu Blog | Comments Off
Entrepreneurship in Gaborone, Botswana…by Alinah Mphofe

I think entrepreneurship is a way to expand your ideals and interests. It makes a difference in which other people and company can see and be inspired by a “regular person” for filling their dreams. It gives people a senses of hope that they one day can succeed and open their own business.

One day I hope to also combine my interests and become an entrepreneur. It won’t be easy but I know as long as I try my best and ask for guidance I’ll make it alright. Being an entrepreneur runs all the way back to my grandparents when they were alive in Gaborone, Botswana. My grandmother had her own store and sold clothes. She also had a housing estate that she left to my uncle to manage. Right now my aunt and uncle want me to learn business so I can takeover in the future. My grandfather sold merchandise and also was involved in politics.  My family’s dream is for us to be entrepreneurs and what we like to do. But of course no real parent wants you to do what you want to do; it’s more about what makes money in the long run.

In our world every place we eat and shop at is an entrepreneurship. People who had dreams carefully developed a business plan and in time opened up their stores. This concept overtime grew to the many businesses we have today. Entrepreneurs exist everywhere. The best minds that hold dreams are children because they start when they are young. Selling candy and doing fundraising projects. This world preps us when were younger and then we expand that knowledge when were older. In reality we’ll always have entrepreneurs no matter where you go and look through history.

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