Inc. editor-in-chief Eric Schurenberg reflects on this year's Inc. 5000 list and the highs and lows of living the entrepreneurial life.
From a rational point of view, starting a business is crazy: The failure rate is high, the emotional toll is high, and the likelihood of having to work extremely hard for potentially little reward is incredibly high.
But every year millions of people take the entrepreneurial plunge, and many succeed. Why do some succeed while others don't?
Via The Fish Firm