What is an EIR? An entrepreneur in residence is a temporary role where the individual provides a company with their expertise, whether investment advice or counseling for a new startup. In return, the company offers the individual support for their future endeavors, usually an opportunity to launch a new startup.
Who is an EIR (Entrepreneur in residence)? This article explains what an entrepreneur in place is and how they can benefit organizations. Being an entrepreneur isn’t for everyone, and it’s easier than ever to turn your passion into profit. So if you find yourself having these thoughts:
- There’s something else I’m passionate about
- You see problems as opportunities
We often discuss “passion” as a synonym for love, but it goes deeper. The word “passion” comes from the Latin root word for “pain” or “suffering.” So passion is about wanting something so much you would suffer for it — meaning you’d sacrifice your time, energy, weekly brunches, extra spending money, and more to make it a reality.
If you have a business idea or a dream job you’d be willing to sacrifice for, that’s a sign you could have what it takes to make your dream a reality. Many people think you need to work on a side project for 25+ hrs a week to create a successful business, but this is not the case. So I started The Norm Group to help freelancers and curators start their companies and turn passion into profit. Teaching working professionals that with 10 hours a week, you can turn an idea into a dream.
One of the major pain points faced by micro-influencers is finding the right resources to help them build their brand. The e-book provides a detailed guide to help any entrepreneur develop their brand using a step-by-step process, reducing dependence on external resources and making it easier to turn passion into profit.
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Very few are aware of the endless possibilities a business owner can have. Although formal education can take you far, the step-by-step process will help you build immediately. This book teaches you how.
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