Conventional wisdom holds that entrepreneurs take more risk than employees. It may have been the case in past, but is it still true today?
We’re thinking about the things they don’t teach you in school. For example, most people assume that it’s less risky to be an employee, rather than an entrepreneur. Are they wrong?
Entrepreneurs are masters at minimizing risk. But do they take less risk than an employee?
You may say, “Of course not.” But let’s not be hasty…