Tey Dangana (nullthefirst.com)
Entrepreneurship is about solving problems.
It is the art of offering value, in return for profit.
Work experience is subjective; I think it largely means acquiring the necessary skills to execute a business idea. In order to support a person's lack of work experience, it is helpful to have delegation and managerial skills when starting a business.
An individual with the capacity for critical and creative thinking will most likely perform positively in managing future and long-term goals. It should be understood that acquiring work experience is a process. When transitioning into entrepreneurship, it is impossible to know the areas in which improvement is necessary.
Various types of experience lend well to starting an entrepreneurial venture. This might include but not be limited to such in the fields of business, relevant industries and even general life learnings. All of these have different implications in entrepreneurship.
Prior experience can help an individual develop essential work ethics which are necessary when venturing into entrepreneurship. It is true that working a steady job prior to becoming an entrepreneur gives you the skills, experiences, insights and money that you need in order to be successful.
Business is the combination of communal effort, directed at the refinement of value in return for financial reward.
Lessons drawn from the highlights and setbacks of your professional career can play an important role in determining entrepreneurial success.