I had to have a bit of a chuckle at this…
Sad thing however is that so many of our friends & family members falls into this description. So do we – as entrepreneurs – have our heads caught up our own bums, or is *our* way of thinking, really the best way?
I agree with adii. This is very funny and very sad. I however don’t think entrepreneurs should think that their way of thinking is *the best*. I tend to rather think that an entrepreneurial way of thinking is *best for me*.
There are many people who will be perfectly content to work a 9-5 office job as an employee for the rest of their lives. Never having to deal with the challenges, choices, conflicts and victories as experienced by entrepreneurs. They have a long-term plan of success to reach the top of the ladder and then look back at their lives, having a sense of accomplishment and knowing that the end has finally justified the means.
Many people will not see any alternative worth pursuing or even consider the flaws in what i just wrote. The scenario painted above is the *best* for them. That’s great!
but it’s not the best for me