Being an entrepreneur Headshot Photographer in Boston, has given me the opportunity to meet many other entrepreneurs. Although they all come from different business sectors, the expression on this subject’s face is one I often see on theirs. It’s a look of eager anticipation of the future and whatever it may hold. This is Rony El-Nashar – he is an entrepreneur investing in entrepreneurs. Rony works with the Khalifa Fund in Abu Dhabi which provides loans and support to 100 new entrepreneurs annually. Rony started his own company that invests in a class of entrepreneurs from which he will select 10 business ideas and bring in development investors after 3 months. As a Headshot Photographer in Boston, I am constantly on the lookout for ways to spur development in my own business. I am looking as much for inspiration as I am for new photo shoot opportunities. I have learnt there is one source entrepreneurs can always look to for inspiration and great advice: their fellow entrepreneurs. Someone who has started a successful business from scratch (quite often after having made several failed attempts) can pass on lessons of perseverance and believing in your own capabilities, as well as knowing how to accept and work around your limitations. That last part often proves to be the most difficult for some entrepreneurs to embrace. Perhaps, it’s because we tend to feel that if this business is our dream, then we must take on all the responsibilities for making that dream come true. The fact is, a big part of making your business a success is learning which parts of it would perform more productively if you delegated the responsibility to someone else. When we are able to do that, then our own expertise can be better channeled where it is needed.