Entrepreneurship is for everyone, but not everyone can be. To be honest, it is difficult to become an entrepreneur. This takes a lot of time, energy, skills and sometimes money. Another reality is that not everyone is born to be an entrepreneur.
From the outside, it looks fun, challenging, and straightforward. Once you get into the game, there will be a lot of hard work, long days, and frustration, and there will be exciting times from time to time. Don’t get me wrong, I’m an entrepreneur, but I don’t think everyone is fit to be an entrepreneur
Entrepreneurship is only suitable for those who can surpass mediocrity and walk on this path of continuous improvement. Not everyone has an entrepreneurial mindset. Many, many people prefer to let others make important decisions.
With the power of the Internet, anyone can start an online business and sell a certain product or service. But one thing you must understand is that starting as an entrepreneur does not mean that you will become an entrepreneur. 95% of small business fail in the first five years for a reason. This is because so-called “entrepreneurs” are not qualified to operate businesses. They lack the skills and qualities necessary to become successful entrepreneurs. They started their business just to make money, and then quit 9-5 jobs.
Becoming an entrepreneur has nothing to do with what you know, your experience, but everything you are willing to do to be successful. Not everyone is suitable to be their own boss. You must have the “right thing”. You need a lot of discipline, confidence, and willingness to go beyond your comfort zone. In addition, you need to feel comfortable working alone. Many people draw energy from interactions with others at work and find that doing business for themselves can be very isolated.
There’s this pressure to be start a business because practically, everyone is selling something. You shouldn’t start a business because everyone is doing business that is a wrong reason to start rather focus on creating a solution to a problem. If you really want to be an entrepreneur you can always be as long as you’re ready to have the WILLINGNESS to stay through it all, the challenges, the bumps and ride. Entrepreneurship is beyond the flashy cars and suit.