I was speaking to an old friend just yesterday about her entrepreneurial journey. You see, “security” and “stability” are definitely two things that are not guaranteed for an entrepreneur. As a young entrepreneur, you have no safety net and you certainly don’t know if tomorrow will be amazing, or if s*** will go from bad to worse.
Here’s an analogy: Entrepreneurship is much like tightrope walking, but this time, a few hundred feet above a volcano that can erupt at any time. But if you’re still here, then you’re special, because despite tough competition, you’ve been through a pandemic, and despite inadequate funds, you’ve been forging forward.
In entrepreneurship, it’s all or nothing.