When you start your career at a rigorous corporation or firm, you learn heaps.
After a few years, you master the art of making sure nothing goes wrong and you know how to back up each decision scientifically.
I became an entrepreneur after a dozen corporate years because I needed to move from “data-backed-no-wrongs” to “insight-based-hopefully-exciting”.
I’ve always been very analytical, but I’ve grown daring, I use my gut to act fast and tackle issues ruthlessly.
There are either quick success or quick failures. No long excuses.