This Is How Startup Entrepreneurs Think Differently [Infographic]

When everybody grows up, there are two types of people in the industrialized world. There are entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs. They are very different, and sometimes they have trouble relating to each other. If you are an entrepreneur, you probably don’t understand how people could spend their lives working to make someone else’s dreams come true. If you are a corporate employee, you probably think startup entrepreneurs are irresponsible for taking so much risk.

There is no right or wrong. It’s all comes down to mindset. Since I’ve been an entrepreneur most of my life, I am a bit biased, but I can still see both sides. Over the years, I’ve just naturally gravitated to other startup entrepreneurs, and those are who most of my friends are. The same goes for corporate employees. I’m sure they mostly mingle with other corporate employees. As such, we don’t get to see into each other’s worlds very often. We’ve written many articles about the corporate lifestyle, but today it’s all about entrepreneurs.

This infographic called Inside The Mind Of A Startup Entrepreneur (by Top Management Degrees) will give you a glimpse into the mindset of startup entrepreneurs. For me, it’s all about dreams. I could never imagine letting go of the vision and dream I have for Bit Rebels, and I know Richard feels the same way. We’ve been through a lot of ups and downs over the past several years, but our steadfast perseverance and progress towards our goals will never fade. That is why we make such good partners.

If you are an entrepreneur, you probably have a similar story. Some people call people like us crazy, and maybe we are, but this is how we choose to live our lives. It’s not always easy, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. I’m grateful I live in a country where it’s possible to follow my dreams. Hopefully you do too. You can read more about this topic at How To Develop An Entrepreneurial Mindset. Enjoy!

This Is How Startup Entrepreneurs Think Differently

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Via: [Young Upstarts]