Happy (almost) Canada Day Weekend!
Over the past year, I have learned a few things about entrepreneurship, relationships, and life in general from running my own business. I decided to write about it and chronicle some of my biggest lessons learned…
Driven by a thirst for entrepreneurship, I left my corporate job on my own accord last year to launch a coffee company and simultaneously build out a fast casual restaurant concept for the downtown business professional. This eye opening experience exposed me to a whole new arena of business fundamentals and principles in action.
It is very difficult as an entrepreneur, especially a solopreneur, to process ideas in a formalized manner and reflect because time is never on your side and you’re constantly putting out fires. Ultimately, I launched one business and advanced the larger of the two concepts to the 1-yard line but decided to take a knee.
I want to share some overarching lessons learned from dipping my toes in the waters of entrepreneurship. None of my reflections are specific to an industry, nor do I consider myself an expert on entrepreneurship. I’m merely a guy that left my corporate career as I knew it to captain my own ship as an entrepreneur.
This is what I learned…
Full Article Here via LinkedIn: A Cautionary Tale: What Few Tell You About Entrepreneurship
2 thoughts on “Mike’s Mailbag: A Cautionary Tale About Entrepreneurship”
Mike – this is great stuff! Thanks for sharing!
Date: Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 8:08 AM
To: Andrew Alkenbrack
Subject: [New post] Mike’s Mailbag: A Cautionary Tale About Entrepreneurship
mwilkesy posted: “Gooooood Morning, Happy (almost) Canada Day Weekend! Over the past year, I have learned a few things about entrepreneurship, relationships, and life in general from running my own business. I decided to write about it and chronicle some of my biggest le”
Well written Mike. Good for you to be so honest. Some good lessons learned that are worth passing on. I sent to Glenn who had to back out of a partnership this past year- painful experience on many levels. I really enjoy your mailbag. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us. Look forward to next weeks. Carol Dobson