Conventional wisdom is that entrepreneurs in some countries simply have more willingness to take risk. Face devastating failure head on. Be bold.
Other countries are apparently filled with timid entrepreneurs. They think small. No guts.
What if it’s something else?
What if the difference ain’t the risk appetite of the entrepreneurs?
Remember the last time you were in an airplane. Chances are, it landed safely on a runway or landing strip.
Now imagine that same plane trying to land. But there’s no smooth runway or landing strip. Only jagged rock.
Not quite the same risk, is it?
Let’s build more landing strips for entrepreneurs so that they can fly, land and fly again.