Isn’t it funny – Entrepreneurs work harder than “corporate drones” only to build something with hopes of getting acquired by another bigger corporation, and then end up as drones in the acquiring company for next few years.
In the last few years, I have only seen a handful of entrepreneurs who actually move on to newer ideas after selling their first one off. It’s just too rare, though.
One of my next posts will talk about the lessons I learned in my very early-on bout(s) with high-tech entrepreneurship. Anyone can do it, but are the trade-offs worth the gains?