Do entrepreneurs have to be rich?

Anyone, with the right idea and hard enough work, can succeed, the saying goes. And in fact, we are constantly seeing images of billionaires, such as Mark Zuckerberg and Richard Branson, who built empires from scratch and are taught that there is no income limit for business owners in our capitalist system. It is believed that entrepreneurs earn more than salaried employees, according to a widespread belief. Overall, entrepreneurship contributed 35% less to income over a period of 10 years than paid work.

A career is much riskier than founding a company. A positive influence early in life is more influential than a negative one later on. In terms of entrepreneurship, family and community backgrounds account for up to 45% of the variance. In determining the importance of genes, entrepreneurship, resources and parents' neighborhoods are crucial.

You might think you have to pay your dues. All so that in 20 years, you will be “ready to take the leap”. That's why, he argues, I've been a successful businessman for most of my life, and despite trying, he has never done it. A career as an entrepreneur isn't the only way to generate wealth, nor does it guarantee that you can.

Many people think that creating wealth used to be easier for self-made entrepreneurs in the past, and that the wealthy of the modern era inherited their fortune. Entrepreneurs can choose to finish a project or sell a product or service after it has succeeded in order to switch to new ideas. This shows that being an entrepreneur is hard work because it's hard to start and there's no guarantee that your work will pay off in the future. The creation of new markets and wealth is facilitated by the development of new products, services or technology by entrepreneurs.

Not only to encourage unwealthy people to start their own businesses, but also to encourage the world of lenders, advisors and investors to welcome entrepreneurs who don't look or think like themselves. Research reveals that 81% of entrepreneurs work at night and 89% of entrepreneurs work on weekends. Business gurus and entrepreneurs brag about the benefits of working for oneself and the disadvantages of working in a normal office. If you think that won't affect your chances of success, ask the non-white businessmen, not men and not young people who have been there.

The Israeli study found that even those who scored lower on mathematical achievement tests but who came from a family with higher income and wealth were more likely to become entrepreneurs. However, we need to stop and think about the benefits and disadvantages of being an entrepreneur compared to having a typical 9-to-5 job. Unfortunately, as an early entrepreneur, you sacrifice work-life balance to make your business work. In the business and business arena, becoming an entrepreneur is seen as the only way to escape the “rat race” and get rich.