"Do it because you can't do anything else."
I've made a minor career of studying entrepreneurs. Among them, there's an especially interesting subset: The serial entrepreneur.
Being a serial entrepreneur who's successful at more than one company is not the American Dream. In the standard-issue American fantasy, the one that politicians and banks promote, you start one company, and if it doesn't work out, you do it again. Until you hit on a winner. And then you cash out, buy a lake-front house and a fishing boat, and retire. The dream is … Read more