By Lydia Dishman
Ask any entrepreneur how much blood, sweat, tears (and soul) they’ve put into their startup, and you’d get an imprecise answer at best. The long hours, the lack of resources, the simultaneous product and customer-network building–not to mention fundraising–often make the venture a one-time enterprise.
For some, the slip into a steady gig feels less like success and more like a life sentence. They prefer to exit stage left and start all over again. You could chalk it up to them being driven by the “not enough” trap or the restless by-product of too much fragmentation and a dearth of even five minutes of stillness in our current business culture. But you’d only be partially correct…….