‘Entrepreneurship is like when your friends tell you you can sing well’
There’s that peak of anxiety right before you launch your product, and you have this moment of, “Oh, damn. I’ve thrown 15,000 dollars into this project. It had better work! It’d be a real shame if it flopped!”. You’ve put everything into it: lots of effort, time, and money. You have something that you think can work, and you’ve talked to other people about it—they all thought it was solid. But that finished product you made from your idea or concept can be received differently by everyone else. So, until the moment you launch it, you’re thinking about your friends that you’ve shown the product to and them saying how good it looks, and that it’ll work and be a success, but this is just like when they tell you you can sing well.