That song from “Hamilton”- with its refrain carried through a variety of songs- resonates in my soul. I’ve always tried to get my ventures- and my clients ventures- to become the success of which we all dream.
Every business is different. Yet, every business has many, many similar components. Serving as the CEO for jewelry manufacturing venture is different from serving as the CEO for a dialysis clinic- and different still from being the managing director for a law firm. Right now, I am considering whether I wish to help start- and then manage a new health care clinic- one with a business model that will be radically different than what is normally seen.
I’ve been tempted to join in the fray. To work with a university and teach entrepreneurial programs. After all, I’ve been a successful entrepreneur (and an unsuccessful one) for more than 4 decades. And, I do believe that entrepreneurial efforts are what keeps this country (and the rest of the world) great. But, I have this nagging problem….
OK. Guess which country has the most entrepreneurs? Easy. The United States. Which country has the highest percentage of its population as entrepreneurs Israe-l. Soon, neither may not be true.