The big mistake entrepreneurs make
For many years, if you asked me what I did I'd have answered, "I'm an entrepreneur." That answer came at a cost though, and the cost is that it made me lose sight of what my real job was: helping ordinary people deliver extraordinary presentations. Of course I had other jobs, I was the salesman, the marketer, for brief stints, the boss. Even then though, my job wasn't entrepreneurship (starting businesses), my job was running one.
Don't let the mantle of entrepreneurship, especially serial entrepreneurship, take you away from the depths of your craft.
And look, for some of you, sure, entrepreneurship is your job, but starting lots of businesses can sometimes feel like licking the icing from the top of the cake and never enjoying the cake itself. A delicious sugar rush, but never enough to keep you satisfied for long.