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  1. Since I was asked to answer this question for some mysterious reason, I will have to answer 🙂

    Everything is very simple-take it and do it. What does “enterprising” even mean? The ability to find opportunities? All this can be imagined as a certain RPG game, in which after each sufficiently important action, a new branch of the scenario opens for you with various branches. In real life, it looks like new offers come with new contacts after certain actions of yours – completed projects, performed performances, certain achievements, etc. The more effective actions you take, the more potential opportunities will follow.

    How to learn to really implement, and not aimlessly plan , is another question. At one time, I was greatly influenced in this sense by studying the methodology of project management; it is universal, and the ability to break down a large project into subtasks, plan deadlines for their implementation and the resources necessary for this is useful for solving absolutely any life issues – from fighting the bureaucratic system to creating something fundamentally new.

    In addition to being able to plan, the third part of being an entrepreneur is getting yourself to actually do what you've planned, rather than procrastinating and procrastinating. The most important thing here, on the one hand, is not to overdo it with the tasks set, otherwise they simply will not be able to realize everything, and on the other – to start getting satisfaction from what has been achieved. All the basic tips from the category “enter small tasks in the diary and happily cross them out” also work. And just over time, you get involved in this game ahead of yourself, and you want to do even more, more interesting, more diverse.

  2. To start, you can train at the micro-level) For example, start with fantasies (the brain does not distinguish them well from reality): what would you like to do on this day? this month? who can I persuade and what can I do? who would you like to work with? What kind of support and reward are you willing to give yourself if you get a micro-level result, for example, agree on something with your neighbors in the stairwell?
    In other words, entrepreneurship is based on communication, negotiations and cooperation. Someone learns this in childhood, automatically adopting other people's models, and someone has to learn consciously and in adulthood.

    Another thing is that there may not be enough psychological resources to “get out of automatic behavior”. Then it is important to understand what this resource can give, and recover first.

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