People dont understand the risks entrepreneurs take. But the world would not be what it is without them.

People dont understand the risks entrepreneurs take. But the world would not be what it is without them.

Google, facebook, Nvidia, Walmart and almost every of these big companies would not have existed without people taking risks. If you really want to make an impact on the world, build a company and make it big.

I have worked in finance. 99% of people will NOT take the risks of starting there companies. Its very clear why. Most people in venture capital do NOT have business experience. If its not clear why let me make it clear. Its so hard to build anything that most people don't even bother to try.

The rewards are massive if you win.

Yes if you do win the rewards are massive and could reap you a life of benefits but most people will fail. If you do start something make sure you check out founderbounty's courses on how to start.

How to start? Read case studies on how to do it

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