If there is any advice I can give to starting entrepreneurs or anyone who will listen, it is this: anyone can be an entrepreneur. When I first started studying business, I was hesitant because that was the last thing I wanted to study. I thought it was boring, and there was lots of paper work, and I did not understand the math, and I thought I would be bad at it. I learned there is a lot of paper work and I am improving on the math, but it doesn’t have to be boring, and I am actually better at it than I think. Everyone in this life has something they can offer the world. Everyone has something they can give. With a little imagination that talent and offering can create a business which can help others. Don’t start a business to make money, start a business to improve lives. Start a business because you care about a cause, an issue, or an audience. Start your business for them and show them how you can improve the circumstance. Build a business to build better people and a better world. There is a lot you can do with that. It will take work and you might fail, but don’t fear that failure. There are many entrepreneurs who had two or three failed businesses before they made a successful one. Don’t focus on how you might fail or how you have failed. Yes you should not the risks, but don’t let them consume you. Find your way around them and you can help others do the same.