The article in Forbes at the link below mentions about how the United States badly needs "entrepreneurs." Besides, it's the mind of ambitious entrepreneurs to keep America going, right? One thing a lot of people don't know is that it's because of someone going the extra mile in starting up their web startup company and believing in themselves that many Americans have jobs today with good salaries. If you're an aspiring webpreneur who's just getting their feet wet in starting up a business on the Internet, do you think you have what it takes and enough [UMPH] in you to last five years? Humble food for thought.
'Most Web Startups Succeed'
A truth about some web startup CEOs before and after launching their online businesses is that they had no solid business plan in place. They've literally "threw themselves into the fire," in terms of not knowing what they were doing at the time of launching their web business. Some web startup CEOs decided to take the route of getting their feet wet, despite being "wet behind the ears." They took time to learn along the way making mistakes at the same time. This is how most Web startup CEOs succeeded in building multimillion dollar businesses. To start a business on the Internet does not require a college degree or prior education of how to run a business on the web.
'Stay The Course'
Regardless if it's a business on the web or otherwise, you must be humble and determined to succeed as an entrepreneur. Anyone can succeed in business and make it past five years in being their own boss. You're going to have a lot of ups and downs along the way. Yes, the path will not be clear and you will experience many hardships. However, there is a possibility that you can succeed in achieving your business objectives in running an online startup in less than five years, while lasting longer than five years on the web as a respectable web business. The choice is yours. All you determined enough to make it work, or, will you go to work for someone else for the rest of your life and help their dreams stay alive? Humble food for thought!
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