All of us are essentially trading services for money, whether we are self-employed or employed by someone else. Each trading structure carries its own risks, and the entrepreneur takes on the ones employees delegate to their employers. The entrepreneur risks money, time, reputation, and more, in exchange for rewards such as freedom and prosperity. We have greater chances of achieving prosperity in business than in employment. For the most part, we get to choose who we work with, when, and how. Sometimes, we hate our bosses like everyone else, but we soon learn that this self-hatred is unproductive, and we get back to work, figuring out how to overcome this, just as we approach any business challenge. Entrepreneurship is a way of living and growing to our fullest potential.