Today I came across a friend at a luncheon. We exchanged so many interesting conversations until a question came up…
“Dude, what’s the best feeling of being an entrepreneur if you’ve still gotta work your ass off from day to night and give up your freedom of time??” asked him.
Too bad, our conversation was interrupted but I may have an answer to his question, here on path….
The best feeling of having something is genuinely indescribable to everyone.
But to me, being an entrepreneur is simply a mixed belief between empirical theory of probability in statistics and faith.
Empirical Probability is an “estimate” of calculation that state when events will happen based on how often the event occurs after collecting data or running an experiment in a large number of trials.
It’s simply like this:
If you have 16 staffs working with you right now and 50% of them are married with two children, practically there are 32+8=40 people in families who depend on you to run your business.
If these 40 members of family pray together and wish their fathers to have a good luck and fortune everyday,
1. The chance of your wish to make your company run successfully is much bigger
2. The probability of your PRAYER to be granted is much higher too.
3. If you were God, wouldn’t you be listening to 40 people who have been spiritually begging you?
4. If you were God, wouldn’t you have a heart to turn their dreams into reality?
Now that’s my best feeling of being an entrepreneur.