Let’s talk business real quick. What is it that drives someone to put their finances, happiness, and youths on the line just to become entrepreneurs? If their venture goes belly up, they could lose a lot more than just their pride. Ultimately, it comes down to a few specific reasons that motivate people to take on risk and jump head-first into the jungle of dragging a business up from the ground. 


There’s no beating around the bush on this one—people become entrepreneurs with the hopes of making their fortune. With success stories such as Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos, it’s impossible to deny that a business can quickly go from a little start-up to a global powerhouse in a matter of ten years.


There’s something to be said about owning your own business. With risk comes freedom. There are no bosses to tell you what to do, and you set your own business model. If you want to wear a hoodie to work every day, you can do so. Just look at Mark Zuckerberg!


When you’re your own boss, you also set your own hours. Perhaps you are more of a night owl? No problem! Work from 2:00 AM to 10:00 AM if you want. Maybe your brother has decided to get married on a Wednesday in the middle of September? You’re the boss, so take that vacation time. You have all the flexibility to work whatever hours you want, as long as business gets done.

Pick Your Team

When you own your own business, you get to choose who you work with. For some people, having the right team is everything. Go into business with your closest confidants and soon you’ll find yourselves forging forward towards a corporate empire. Perhaps you work best alone? That’s fine too. The point is that you have the choice of who you work with.

Build a Legacy

Now we are talking about the long game. Becoming an entrepreneur is about building a name and a brand for yourself; it’s a legacy. Look at the titans of industry of 100 years ago—John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, J.P. Morgan. These are names that we still know today. The same will probably be said of Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, and Warren Buffett. Why wouldn’t you want to potentially find yourself in the same company?

Becoming an entrepreneur is about having control over your own destiny. To find out how you can join the likes of these ranks, reach out to Evolt Capital and let us help you.