There are many roads to entrepreneurship and Greg is taking one less traveled.

Greg is in the process of launching a transportation company and I think he’s entrepreneur that you will hear a lot about in a few years once he starts becoming really successful. But what, you might be asking, makes me think that?

For starters, he understands that entrepreneurship is about doing the work. Being an entrepreneur is not easy and takes a lot of time and grit. Also, he sees opportunities where others wouldn’t. That is what has led him to starting a transportation business. He has a truck and will be transporting cars to dealerships.

Greg is also already thinking about the future and how he can grow his business beyond a single truck into a fleet of trucks. After all, people need cars and there needs to be someone who transports those cars. Greg is that guy.

One last thing, Greg understands the power of building up his network. He found out about this opportunity through a friend’s dad. Transporting cars, it turns out, isn’t something that most young adults want to do and, hey, guess what? That is an opportunity for someone like Greg. Doing things that others do not want to do is a great way to become indispensable in business and to grow something that is worthwhile.

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