Hello /biz/y people!
It is tiem for a new order here. Everyone here wanna be Dolan Frump or Patrick Batman. But no one would be a so-called "wage cuck" as Jack Welch.
Everyone thinks that an entrebedpaneur is a fucking rock star. But no one here wants to rise one hour earlier than the competition in order to see that the ice cream stand is spick and span.
Spooks much, /biz/? Because if you plod along on this tangent, the commies will win by default.
Nope. Belittling a wage worker
that no one has saved money in order to start a business and that investment capital is created from nothing. It just flies towards the "gifted".
Go work at mcdonalds some more. When i worked a normal job didn't manage to save shit. The only way you will make a business is to quit your job and actually vegin starting one with whatever resources you have or you will remain a poorfag always just talking about starting a business on a chinese image board.
>When i worked a normal job didn't manage to save shit.
Pity for you.
>The only way you will make a business is to quit your job and actually vegin starting one with whatever resources you have
What resources did you use?
And to be serious, edgelords. This is simply a call for not belittling wage workers and to not treat entrebedpaneurs as things they are not.
Because if, and if they actually are rock stars. Then there's an assload of practice, practice, practice, touring, touring and studio work that makes a rock star. Case in point:
>So what about that Swedish music invasion allegedly spurred on by rock star welfare? Well, it’s probably telling that the program was phased out as part of finance minister Persson’s mid-1990s cuts in social programs. If you give, say, five to eight years for a band to mature and catch on, you might make the case that the Swedish invasion is the product of ending rock star welfare, not institutionalizing it. And The Hives – easily Sweden’s most successful band so far, and probably its most talented – were never on the public dole to begin with (bandleader Pelle Amlqvist told Rolling Stone, “We thought that was like working for The Man. Plus, we were crap at filling out all the forms.”).
>Sixty years of Swedish socialism gave us ABBA and Ace of Base. Ten years of quasi-capitalism, and Sweden’s holding the flag for the new garage revolution. That’s as convincing a case for markets as I need.
I admire entrepreneurs and the dedication it takes, but the image most people have of entrepreneurship is skewed.
If you're less than 35 with money saved to invest, entrepreneurship is a game for rich kids.
Try getting a loan to start your business at 23 if you're not backed by adults with real money. I hope you like interest rapes.
Also, if you fall on your face, yes you'll "learn from your mistakes and live to fight another day" but no one is going to lend to a failure unless they know you (i.e rich kid), and if Mom and Dad aren't there to pick up the bill, your wages are going to get plundered by the bank for the next decade, at best.
About the "dropout myth": if you're a dropout from a 20k+ school, you are a rich kid. And if you drop out from Harvard, you're a smart rich kid. Give it a break with the high school dropout meme. They exist, so do lottery winners.
And if you're bitching about your minimum wage job, guess what? As an entrepreneur you'll be working the hours of two jobs for one minimum wage, assuming you're part of the minority who breaks through.
And if you feed of Instagram motivational quotes, you're not of that breed. Entrepreneurs grind when it's shitty and lonely, and keep going.
But consider jack of all trades living on the countryside. Their year may look like this:
SPRING: Hiring themselves to spring clean people's gardens. Spring clean and fix the cabins rented for summer guests. Planning for the ice cream season.
SUMMER: Renting out cabins and be constantly ready to be Mr Fix-it. Selling ice cream. Securing deals for christmas trees.
FALL: Hiring themselves to fall clean people's gardens. Fall clean and fix the cabins for the winter. Purchasing christmas trees.
WINTER: Selling christmas trees. Planning for the next year. Be extra sure that all the tools are in order.
Nothing exciting really. The difference is that this jack of all trades and his family and the salesmen that won't call themselves salesmen is that he is humble. Maybe too humble for his own good. Maybe.
On the other hand, consider Jens Nylander that made the MP3-players Jens of Sweden. He may have had problems that was no fault of his own. But he also tried to import players with FM transmitters to Sweden. Those were illegal in 2004, but he thought that he could get an exemption. But he didn't so he had to modify them. A failure if anything.