Here's 2 bogus myths about entrepreneurship:
- Great founders don't feel lost, clueless or a sense of self-doubt
- Great founders woke up one day and arrived at a big idea that the market instantly wanted
Here's the actual raw truth: ⬇️
Entrepreneurship is perhaps the loneliest endeavor in the world. Because it involves taking risky bets on often half-baked ideas and markets. You're likely to fail more often than you think. But then what saves founders from drowning in their own anxiety and self-doubt?