An interesting article from Free Enterprise
As entrepreneurs, we’re used to being questioned about everything we do. Perhaps it’s one reason we became entrepreneurs in the first place — to prove that we’re better off doing whatever everyone else thinks we shouldn’t. In fact, you could argue that being an entrepreneur is less about building a business and making money, and more about having the power to shape your own destiny.
Speaking from my own experience, when I left my first job to start my PR company right out of college, my friends asked me if what I was doing was right. And when I moved across the country to Los Angeles at 25, my parents asked me why I was doing it. And when I began taking flying lessons, my grandmother asked me if it was a good idea. All of these, despite everyone else implying they were not good ideas, have become the best things I have ever done in my life.