You have a choice: Join a company and pursue a low-risk career, pay the bills, retire when you’re 65.
Or, start your own business, have highs, have lows, flirt with disaster, hopefully make a lot of money, never retire.
The former is a life where the days are hard to distinguish from another.
The latter is a life where you have many memories, indelibly etched in your brain.
The life of an entrepreneur is filled with memories, like that of an adventurer.
The path is littered with glory and failure, both of which are guaranteed to make great stories for your grandkids.
You may not make money, but you’re guaranteed to make memories.