I decided to choose entrepreneurship over further education despite being mocked and laughed at by my friends and family..
"You can only connect the dots looking backwards" - Steve Jobs
I'm sure you'll agree with me that Steve Jobs was an innovator, he used "out of the box" thinking and change technology for the better.
Does marching to a different drummer mean that I'll succeed?
Nope. I understand this and I'm excited about it too.
The idea of spending years and years working towards to a degree, to leave and spend the rest of my life working in an industry I'm sure I'll end up disliking, only to retire and find that the economy ends up changing and my life savings disappear makes me depressed
Now the concept of doing something I love, having variety in what I do, and getting motivated through not knowing where my next bit of income comes from. Now, that excites me!
It's been two weeks since I made my decision, and I'm loving every moment of it. Being able to do what I enjoy full time on a daily basis, I'm more motivated than ever.
So far, I've made enough money to sustain myself comfortably for the next two months and this is just the beginning.
For me, I'm living my dream lifestyle.
But I'd love to know what you think about my decision, did I make the right one or the wrong one?