“Rome wasn’t built in a day”, it’s said and neither are Entrepreneurs. The journey of an entrepreneur is a crazy roller coaster ride. It definitely has lots of ups and downs but the excitement and the thrill is worth it. The idea of working as your own boss would sound fancy but what happens behind the scenes is a story worth listening to. Each day in an entrepreneur’s life is similar to that of climbing mountains to adore that beauty which can only be felt when at the peak.
When you’re employed in a corporate job the setbacks and hindrances to the company do not affect you majorly. The most significant decisions are taken by the Board and the higher authorities of the company. But, in a startup these issues are resolved amicably by sitting together with all of the members. The CEO/Founder plays a chief role here, as he is looked up to for advices and suggestions. Sometimes, things would mess up completely; the rest of the time you’d feel blessed to have likeminded people around you.
It is considered that the most crucial day is the one when the idea, the brainchild of the entrepreneur comes into existence. But, the most striking moment is the one when the idea had popped into the entrepreneur’s head. Since then, he dives himself into work day in an out to make it happen. The journey from persuading investors and finally working to make your startup a success is not like some fairy-tale bliss. But the ultimate result definitely is something to brag about.
Things, situations and people are ever changing and it is undeniable that a few steps could go wrong while setting up your dream. What really matters is to soar higher and try harder. There’s a lot of thought process that goes down while even planning every little detail. It’s rightly said that, “an entrepreneur is a person who works 16 hours a day for himself so that he doesn’t have to work 8 hours a day for someone else.”
If you have the drive and you’re ready to strive there’s no one and nothing that can stop you from being one of the distinguished entrepreneurs. After all, “If you don’t build your dream, someone else will hire you to build theirs!”