Sure, there exist plenty of big companies that once were little entrepreneurs taking on big businesses which had become bureaucratic in their refocus on "keeping what they had": Microsoft and Apple vs. IBM, Toyota and Tesla vs. General Motors, Walmart vs. Sears, and now Amazon vs. Walmart.
Because half the country suspects malintent on the part of the elitist "Great Reset" crowd exploiting the Covid hysteria, they know we need to not just advocate against their coercive tyranny, but also take on corrupt special interests in the private sector. How do we do the latter?
The greatest entrepreneurs had or have a vision, a purpose, a mission. At levels great and small, they want to change the world. And they have a plan for doing so. Rocking the boat and taking on outdated rules and policies are part of the entrepreneurial process. Doing things because “that is the way we have always done them” gets you nowhere with an entrepreneur.
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