We’ve reached the new age of the entrepreneur. The faults and problems of the world surround us. And these are the signs that reveal to us the need for innovators. The problems that are so visible today are the very call for the entrepreneur to create.

The true essence of the call to entrepreneurialism is “creating”. To make, develop, and invent something new.

“To see something that isn’t and make it happen.”

Though many might confuse an entrepreneur with a business leader, the call of the entrepreneur is unique. It’s about building something from the ground up versus managing something that is already there. Now is the greatest time for creation and we especially need it today. More people have the resources to address the biggest problems of our day than they realize. Because of this, creators can be confident about their call to start something new.

In this episode of our podcast, we are joined by Brian Grim, the founding president of the Religious Freedom and Business Foundation. The foundation aims to demonstrate how the freedom to pursue faith creates an environment where innovation is bountiful. Brian was spurred to action when he observed a lack of people who really understood religious freedom and how little people tried to incorporate it into the workplace. He has worked on this issue across the globe — in China, the Soviet Union, the Middle East, and Europe.

“I think in today's world we need that kind of entrepreneurial spirit.”

Many have gone before us with just a simple idea and call to help change the world. And we need more of it. Grim encourages everyone to go out and get their hands dirty. When you are in the thick of it, that is where you be able to see what you can do that no one else has done before.

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