All the founding successful fathers of Silicon Valley passed through various transitions of life; abrupt fall and outstandingly successful overnight! While most of the founders of startups were labelled “tourists” by Alfred Lin who lived in Sequoia.
In fact, all the abrupt rise and fall of wealth was terribly popular among all the founders of the Silicon Valley, check out this entrepreneurship defined video of Steve Jobs posted in 1995.
Steve Jobs observed that while people kept bugging him with a widely common question related to how to become an entrepreneur, given that they had absolutely no idea to innovate.
To them Jobs replied,
“I think you should go get a job as a busboy or something until you find something you’re really passionate about.”
Or oftentimes advised people,
“You’ve got to have an idea, or a problem, or a wrong that you want to right that you’re passionate about, otherwise you’re not going to have the perseverance to stick it through.”
Even though the above replies may sound reasonably harsh but insightful. Entrepreneurship defined by Steve Jobs made profound sense since it’s all about solving a problem and transferring civilization to a brand new era.
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Initiating any new business requires dedication, investment of time, energy and resources; hence, it requires one’s full concentration. Therefore, one must have a clear idea for solving a major problem for the betterment of everyone; and that is entrepreneurship as defined by Steve Jobs.