Do What You Love Rather Than Trying To Enjoy What You DoBrad Hess is a serial entrepreneur who started his first company at 21 and made his first million at 32. He founded Map It Track It, a real-time, location-based, tracking, reporting and intelligence gathering mobile application in the political, environmental, and door-to-door canvassing arenas. Brad discusses his previous business ventures and what they taught him, including what it was like to lose his entire business due to "taking his eye off the ball". He turns the idea of attempting to like what we do on its head and gives us the formula for shaping our business out of the ideas we are passionate about so that we can continually do what we love. Podcast: Play in new window | Play in iTunes
Validate your passion, be creative, know the limit of your risk, delegate what you can but don't take your eye off the ball.
Recommended Book: Decisive by Chip and Dan Heath
Next Step: Map your entrepreneurial decision out and figure out a way to test it out. Recommend using the lean canvas. Then figure out a way to take that first step so that you can continually do what you love to do.
udacity.com: Recommend the course on lean startup - how to build a startup