Entrepreneurial Success Means More Than Making Money

Growing up in a small Canadian Mennonite farming community, I was surrounded by many uncles, aunts, cousins, and other close-knit family. We focused on faith, family, and work, and our daily lives were filled with service to others. If a storm or fire damaged a barn, the neighbors would come together for a barn raising. No one needed to ask for help. This was just how things were. We knew we could accomplish more when we joined forces and worked together. This example has guided me throughout my life and taught me that being an entrepreneur isn’t a job, it’s a lifestyle. You have to devote yourself fully to your business, be fully engaged, and do whatever it takes to succeed. The most [...]