Do I need experience to become an entrepreneur?
Yet another question that is asked often. There are two viewpoints on this. Some people insist that if you are born to be an entrepreneur, you should just go ahead and start your own company, learn what you need to – from books, from mentors, from the Internet, from case studies of other people. If you fail, so what? It is like falling off a bicycle – get up and try again.
The other view is that if you work in a company, learn how projects are managed, what processes need to be put in place, how people are hired and groomed, how money is raised and stuff like that, then it gives you a better chance at becoming a more successful entrepreneur. There is no right answer really. Different things work for different people.
Let us hear what Carlos Cashman had to say in answer to this question from Awais Naseer.
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