Yes, what the world needs today is a rebel.
The technological advancement has reached at a point from where it is really hard for entrepreneurs to make new discoveries or great innovations.
Even best of the minds can only work to make existing things a bit better with all the knowledge and resources.And this is creating a huge spectrum of self established entitlement by the entrepreneur community.
Some entitlements which bother me the most are:
There’s no prizes for hard work alone unfortunately. Your pain and struggle means nothing to the market place. Execution is everything, but only when you’re clear on how to create value.”
Quitting because of bitterness or feeling victimized by the world is the easy way out. What’s harder is leaning in. Leaning in to figure out what it was about your efforts that failed to create value for others. Those who give up will never find out the answer.
4. Feeling entitled to fast results: As Jack Ma said the bigger the problem you are solving the more time it will take. Everything worth doing is worth doing precisely because not too many other people are doing it. There’s nothing of lasting, concrete value that’s been created by an entrepreneur that didn’t require significant patience.
If you started out as an entrepreneur expecting it to be quick, the only thing you need to give up is that expectation itself. Stick around. Play the long game!