After Steve’s blog post last week’s There Are Four Types of Entrepreneurs we received a few emails about our definition of “Wannabe.”
I define “Wannabe Entrepreneur” as someone who hasn’t made money. These are just patterns I’ve seen over the past decade in this tech entrepreneur space.
One of these might be you. I’ve been an idea guy, I’ve been a jib jabber, I’ve been a workhorse.
But there’s hope…I changed, I’m changing and you can change. You can ask for help. You can move from “Wannabe” to entrepreneur, you just need to realize your strengths and weaknesses. If you can’t strengthen your weaknesses then you can find a partner that’ll help you grow, coach you, push you or take up for those weaknesses. You’ll be better with them than you’ll be alone.
If you wanted it to build a product you’d find a way to get time to work on it. If you really wanted to start that new hobby you’d sacrifice something to find the time and money to do it.
I'll define a "Wannabe Entrepreneur" as someone who has never made money from their businesses. Here are the different types of wannabes.
In the past few years I've built go-carts, built a 200+ sq ft workshop, written several eBooks. How do I create a life where I have time to work on side projects?
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