Calling all EX-Finance, Investment Banking, & Consulting folks that left to become an entrepreneur, what was the journey like?
With every day that passes, I become more disillusioned about staying in finance. I've always wanted to be an entrepreneur of some sort and it seems that's the most consistent way to establishing true wealth.
What made you make the decision to leave the beaten path and start a company?
I know coming from a finance/consulting background allows you to bring a unique skill-set to a startup, but is it that beneficial to have those skills in the start-up world?
What are some negatives and positives things that you brought into the start-up enthronement given your background?
Thanks for any responses given.