I recently read this amazing article on the Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship, and could relate to every word written. I shared it with my friend and mentor (Entrepreneur and currently Group MD at a prominent financial services organization) who wrote in with this masterpiece…
Instead of reaching a conclusion that all of us have what it takes to build a company, I’ll suggest that the required competencies are so core to human nature that they may or may not result in a well defined personality trait. Entrepreneurs, when they perform, use their innate abilities to the fullest. They live a warrior’s life like a king.
The people you meet, the ideas you thrive on and the journeys you set on- they help build you. You feel that the distance is great and the road is dark. When you reach the destination, the past does not seem all that complicated. You live in moments. It is never a long-drawn time period, this thing we call ‘life’. It is difficult to look at it all together. It is so darn big, so wondrous and so very full of numerous emotions at every single moment we have lived.
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