Top 3 Concerns of Aspiring Entrepreneurs

I’ve taught over 1,000 Entrepreneurship students.

Here’s their top 3 concerns:

1. Fear of failure

Students in their early 20s think they’re too late to the game already.

Students in their 30s and 40s feel the same.

But in reality, the game hasn’t even started until you lay the groundwork for what “success” looks like to you.

The Universe *loves* specificity. Be specific about what you want.

2. Impostor syndrome

Belief in one’s ability to communicate their lived expertise is at an all-time low.

Students don’t understand that the polished content they see on the internet is the result of years of effort.

Posts with huge engagement are just the most recent expressions of someone’s years of trial and error.

3. Not knowing where to start

Decision paralysis is real.

It’s like having too many tabs open in your brain’s browser.

The key is to start small, focus on one at a time, and close those that don’t speak to your goals.

New audiences come online EVERY DAY.

The journey of entrepreneurship is as much about personal growth as it is about business success.

It’s never too late to start.

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