Entreprenuership: The good the bad and the ugly

entreprenuership Entreprenuership: The good the bad and the uglyI love being an entrepreneur. It has been the biggest life changing experience but it wasn’t always easy. I had just graduated from Cal State Northridge with a bachelors in design at the beginning of our countries financial problems. Design studios weren’t hiring so I decided to just try and figure it out myself. This was one of the darkest times in my life, I was living with my parents dreaming and scheming how to make money. I had no choice but to succeed, my life and future depended on it and failure was not an option.

I stumbled across this quote and it really summed up what being an entrepreneur is about. You have the first years where you work you’re ass off. You spend countless hours reading, planning, and figuring everything out without getting any compensation for your work. You just do it because you’re passionate about it and believe in what you’re doing. Many people don’t get past this point. For any other job you do one hour of work and get paid for it but being an entrepreneur you may not see any fruits of your labor for a while.

After you get through some initial failures and push on you see the light. Things come easier to you. The ball is rolling and nothing is going to stop it. You make more money in less time which opens up you’re schedule to do things you want. For me this period was the time of the biggest personal growth in my life. In the last year I have taken a month and a half trip to Thailand, backpacked Yosemite, rock climbed once a week, and have a relationship with an amazing woman that is the love of my life.

Most people don’t have what it takes to be an entrepreneur. They usually give up before they become successful. It’s easy when you’re at the top but it’s a long road to get there.

If you need an e-commerce site Shopify is perfect for beginners and experts alike. You don't need to have any technical or design experience to easily create a beautiful online store. Simply choose a stylish ecommerce website design, easily customize your online store, add products, and you're pretty much ready to accept payments. Plans start at $14 and comes with a free no risk 30 day trial period. Click here to create your store now. Also check out our in depth review of Shopify here and see why Shopify is our number 1 recommended shop for clothing companies.


Connect with us

Email Newsletter

Like this post? Sign up to receive email updates and get the latest posts from How to start a clothing company.

  • QueenOfLife

    I love this #Motivation

  • Brittany Nielsen

    I seriously cannot thank you enough for this post. I am currently in the same situation as everything you described above. Last year I graduated from Cal-State Northridge with a degree in Graphic Design and a minor in Marketing. I got a part-time job at a small print place in my hometown, while living with my parents, ended up spending 6 months there and hated it. I am now freelancing and in the process of developing my own brand and business plan as an entrepreneur. I love what I’m doing and I love where I’m going. Reading your post has motivated me so much more in knowing I am on the right path. Anyway, thanks again fellow Matador!