Updated: Feb 23

Entrepreneurs, in the purest sense, are those who identify a need—any need—and fill it. It’s a primordial urge, independent of product, service, industry, or market.

The U.S. economy needs all kinds of entrepreneurs—from coders to clockmakers—in order to close its widening fiscal hole. But the relentless, seek-and-solve breed is our salvation. They are the ones forever craning their necks, addicted to “looking around corners” and “changing the world.” They—not lenders—are the real money multipliers: the ones who turn $1 of capital into $2, then $2 into $10, and $10 into $100, and so on.

This is the true essence of entrepreneurship: Define, invest, build, repeat. My own personal journey with entrepreneurship hasn’t been easy but it’s been rewarding. If you have an idea for a brand or product that you’re wishing to launch my advice is to just do it! Start making any progress that you can. Start brainstorming, watch some YouTube videos, pick up some supplies and try it out! What about entrepreneurship attracts you? Let me know in the comments below

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