December 22, 2011

On Solitude Lost

As the inventor morphs into entrepreneur, precious solitude will diminish.

This is a paradox of becoming an entrepreneur:  you give up personal resources so that the enterprise will thrive, and then, years later, if you're lucky, you will enjoy greater resources.

The self-aware entrepreneur will recognize the need to optimize for solitude; to retain as much as possible and to create maximum return to the enterprise for every measure of solitude lost.

See also: 
A Thing Done in Peace Exceeds Ten in Panic