Entrepreneurship Analogy

I was traveling through Tokyo recently. It was my first visit there. As I walked around the streets wherein I could not understand the language (spoken or written), I could not help thinking about how similar it was to entrepreneurship. In both cases, one is in strange lands. Every turn brings with it a new vista. Each experience is different and to be savoured. There are maps but they cannot be read since they are in a language that one cannot understand. In all this, the only guide is ones sense of intuition (an internal compass) which guides one along to the destination. When one gets lost, one has to ask for help, but describing what one wants is not easy almost the state of the small entrepreneur. This is the part which one has to accept and be happy with. Entrepreneurship is like waking up in a new city every day.

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