Becoming an entrepreneur seems to be in the back of a lot of student’s minds, but not many actually go out and take action. After talking with a number of different people that I work closely right, I discovered something.
High school students often have entrepreneurship plans in the back of their mind. However, they are not exactly sure what kind of business it is that they want to start. It is not uncommon to see students who want to be their own boss and do what they want for work.
University students have entrepreneurship plans forming in the back of their minds. However, they are not exactly sure on the detailed logistics of their plan. It is not uncommon to see students who want to take their plans and make them into a reality.
Newly post graduates have entrepreneurship plans developed in the back of their minds. However, they are not exactly sure how to become successful entrepreneurs. It is not uncommon to see their plans slowly walk into the shadows of their current careers.
Talking with post graduates, I hear that these entrepreneurial plans fade away because of the risk that comes with the lack of knowledge on how to start a business from absolute scratch. They would much rather keep their steady careers under another company.
This may not be able to be generalized for everyone. But this seems to be the overriding thoughts of those I’ve asked. I begin to wonder if having a more defined entrepreneurial education would have changed people’s thoughts. I feel like it would have made a big impact in their final decision making. If only they had discovered iMADdu in their student years…