If you follow the news you've probably heard about the growing prevalence of 3D printing. This technology, which allows manufacturers to create solid objects from a digital template, has actually been around since 1984, but started to really take off in terms of popularity around the start of the 21st century.
Maintaining a healthy diet is probably the farthest thing from the mind of a young entrepreneur working twenty hours a day on their startup pet project. But should it be?
Team building for a new business venture is all about finding a balance between skills and personalities. Look at professional sports teams as an example. The truly successful ones don't have a team full of superstars. They have a few, but role players surround them. Without those role players, winning would not be possible. Startup companies are like that. You need a complete team to be successful. Too many superstars together may not be a good mix.
The fastest way of telling apart a freelancer and an entrepreneur is to ask "what do you do". The entrepreneur will mention their company and maybe go into telling you the vision or the mission. A freelancer will tell you a profession or what they do, "I'm a writer" or "I'm a photographer", "I create content" or "I design websites". However, beyond that difference, aren't freelancers entrepreneurs too?