The 10% Entrepreneur: Live Your Startup Dream Without Quitting Your Day Job by Patrick J. McGinnisLook Inside. Apr 12, ISBN Choosing between the stability of a traditional career and the upside of entrepreneurship? Why not have both? Becoming a full-time entrepreneur can look glamorous from the outside.
The 10% Entrepreneur: Live Your Startup Dream Without Quitting Your Day Job
A ten percent entrepreneur is what it sounds like: someone who commits ten percent of their primary resources—money and time—to an entrepreneurial effort. Patrick outlines five types of ten percent entrepreneurs. First, the angel, an investor of capital in exchange for a slice of the ownership pie; second, an advisor, offering time and skill to acquire sweat equity in a company. Third, a founder. Little did I know, three weeks later in some gruddy, terrible coffee shop in New York City, these guys met up. They got along and then six months later, I open my email and there is a stock certificate sitting in there.
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