At a job, you're usually getting paid for doing the things you're already really good at.
On the other hand, when you're an entrepreneur, you're essentially doing all kinds of jobs.
Some of them you'll be good at, others not so much.
When you're just getting started, you'll be the IT department, the marketing & sales department, the accounting department, the design department, the HR department and all kinds of other departments.
Simply because you can't possibly pay people to do all of these things for you.
Just like you probably won't be able to convince that many people to work for you for free (or in exchange for equity).
And understanding this is thee first step.
The first step to what?
To being an entrepreneur...