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Why the Day You Feel Like a True Entrepreneur May Never Come Unsurprisingly, becoming an entrepreneur is about the incremental steps of each workday.

By Business Rockstars

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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars talks with Val Young and Dre Taylor, the founders of athleisure clothing line Rec Room.

The daily challenges of running a business (along with a refreshing morning walk) motivates the founders to get up and get going in the mornings.

On the other end, the thing that keeps the founders up at night is accepting the high-stakes responsibility they have for those who depend upon the business and its management. With new stakeholders to please, there is always an undercurrent of pressure to get things done.

Taylor mentions that there is no day where you will get up and say, "Today, I feel like an entrerpeneur."

Inevitably, the journey of starting and running your own business is one paved with moments of learning. There may not be a day you magically feel you are an entrepreneur, but each step along your path will bring you closer and help you feel more comfortable with being a business owner.

Click the video to hear more.

Related: The Key to Starting a Business? Just Deciding to Go For It.

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