Entrepreneurship is not a badge of honour.
It is a purpose-driven everyday life grunt.
Things will break during the journey or work out. It requires a lot of focus and dedication, unlike what the media and internet portray.

The amount of hoopla startup press has created about founders; I won’t be surprised kids without going to school will aim to become founders.

The media glorifies all the successful companies and rags-rich stories about entrepreneurs.
A few tell us that 99% of startups die. It requires a lot of patience, perseverance, and luck.

Becoming a founder is not a medal, do it for yourself, not for social media swag. Be honest to yourself and your purpose, and take a long bet. It is not a get-quick scheme overnight.