Just read a good article this morning about entrepreneurship at Tech Crunch. It discusses the idea that all start-ups mustn’t raise capital or take on investors in an effort to sell one day. That it’s okay to have what’s called a “life-style” business. I couldn’t agree more. Not everyone wants to become the next Google, Mint or Facebook. In fact, most start-ups are plumbers, retail store owners, or otherwise small and local. And that’s a fine life to lead in my opinion.
Read the full article here.