This week we’ve worked with our usual range of brilliantly bonkers, successful and inspiring entrepreneurs. Time and again this week we’ve found them unhappy about something. Too often their sense of unhappiness isn’t related to the external evidence of how they are doing; it seems that sometimes, even oftentimes, entrepreneurs find themselves with a rising sense that all is not right, and something needs to change. This drive to change, and to innovate, is the lifeblood of many successful companies, but can also be the reason why entrepreneurial people have a reputation for being a little bit difficult, hard to please and flighty. We wanted to blog about this phenomenon in detail, but someone beat us to it and wrote a blog post so brilliant that we don’t think it can be beaten, so we’re sending you there instead. http://www.jessyoko.com/blog/2012/11/07/why-startup-founders-are-always-unhappy/
We’d still love to know what you think!