When successful entrepreneurs talk about how they basically came out of the womb selling things, I feel like I'm not cut out for this path. It's so disheartening to see this stigma; 'you either have it, or you don't, and it comes at an early age.'
But maybe that's bullshit!
Lately I've gotten a reputation at my job for being an excellent public speaker. I used to be the WORST presenter ever. I was bottom 5%, really bad, hopeless at it.
But I just kept doing it. And now I'm known for it.
So, if we can learn to be great at skills we were born sucking at, why can't we become great entrepreneurs even if we didn't have lemonade stands when were kids?