"Everyone is talking about how to make money from a business, about marketing, about an idea for an app, about opening a startup. But we hardly talk about how hard it is to find a partner that you won't fight with, how hard it is to find the courage to follow your idea, and how hard it is not to break down once a week from the moment you initiate something. The mental side of entrepreneurship - for freelancers, business owners, startups, or anyone building a side project - is no less important than the business side - so why is it not talked about at all?!
I invited Gali Bloch Liran to talk about the mental side of entrepreneurship, that emotional and psychological dimension of the entrepreneurial journey. We talked about dynamics between partners and founding teams, about the mindset that is important to adopt, about an uncertain environment, about what should be taken into account when choosing entrepreneurship and how to know if an entrepreneurial path can suit me.
Gali is a mental and business consultant for entrepreneurs, investors and startups, a lecturer in entrepreneurship at Reichman University, the host of the podcast The Human Founder, and the author of the soon-to-be-released book 'The Human Founder'.
This is a super relevant episode for anyone who is considering entering the entrepreneurial path or perhaps, is already in the midst of one.