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For me the absolute best part comes down to me feeling like I have some control
over my progression toward a vision I have -- to build an education system that
actually helps people find a sense of satisfaction with their own personal
progression. I also would like control over the legacy I'll leave behind. I
couldn't find that sense of control doing anything else other than building my
The hardest part is using my time wisely.
A.I. Engineer / Entrepreneur / Founder & CEO @ Umazed / Kodo Startups
October 6th, 2016
Hi Ivan. For me, the best part is the intersection of doing what you have the talent for and enjoy and adding value to people's lives with your startup's product. The worst part might be minor failures and the need to stay motivated to focus on staying disciplined, having a purpose, and being ambitious. The minor failures make you lose momentum, and feel burned out, whereas small and of course big wins give you the energy to keep going.
The best part of being a business owner, sometimes as a result of being an entrepreneur, is the power to make decisions without reference to a higher authority within the company.
The worst part is being responsible for the lives of others, especially when removing them from the company is required.
The business founding owner (otherwise known as an entrepreneur) of a business has a lot of power. that’s the good part.
The bad part is the business owner has the responsibility for the lives of his employees and associates and soon finds that he is working for the business, not the other way around.