Nov 30, 2016 04:00 AM EST

The Key To Success: Entrepreneurs Love And Passion For Work

By Princess Chua
Veterans Secretary, Entrepreneur Feed Homeless Vets
WASHINGTON - SEPTEMBER 17: Former Army Sgt. Dennis Anderson, a homeless veteran, signs up as he gets a slice of pizza that was handed out from the Little Caesars Love Kitchen, a mobile pizza kitchen, in front of the Department of Veterans Affairs building September 17, 2007 in Washington, DC. The Love Kitchen was in town to provide hot pizza meals to homeless people including homeless veterans. Little Caesar's founder Michael Ilitch was awarded with the Secretary's Award Monday by the Department of Veterans Affairs to recognize his support of veterans.
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Being an entrepreneur can be a really tough job. Long hours of work, dealing with different clients and enduring too much stress. As studies show, entrepreneurs tends to spend hours of thinking about tasks and clients during and even after their time of work. As a result, will they still have time to find true love?

People often say that true love can be found in the person you want to spend your whole life with, but the truth is, not all people does. Some Entrepreneurs also have their own definition of true love.

An author from Huffington Post, Jenny Kanevsky, indicates that, "I have such richness of community, support and love." she said, "And I found true love, in all things, as an entrepreneur, and in life"

She even said that even if she's not one of those big time entrepreneurs who sells the best selling books in the industry, she's still happy and contented.

Jenny Kanevsky can be one of the prestigious entrepreneurs that everyone should admire. She just loves what she is doing and that's enough for her, money is considered as a bonus for all the joy she gets as an entrepreneur.

Another successful entrepreneur, Chris Ducker, who is a personal brand entrepreneur, says in one of his blogs that, "And for me, the absolute BEST thing about being an entrepreneur is the ability to be able to change people's perceptions about how 'this or that' should 'be.'"

Being happy with what a person is doing and being contented with what a person have is True Love. Entrepreneurs found true love in their work, co-employees and in their clients.

It is not about being the best. It's about having fun, being passionate, and being willing to learn more from others, that's TRUE LOVE. Nothing is hard if you love what you are doing especially if you land on the right career. Learn more about choosing a career from an article from Jobs & Hire.

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