Having been a self-managed missionary for nearly a decade and running 78p.tv for another seven years, I understand what it means to be an entrepreneur. The career is not for the faint of heart as sometimes you do not know where the next paycheck is going to come. You have to not only sell your spouse and family on the ideas you are pushing, but then the critical world. Then the terrible fate of failure and sometimes the even worse fate of success comes (more work, more problems) and you have even more to deal with.
Not going to lie, a steady paycheck and low expectations actually sound appealing many days.
But if you have the guts to take that leap and venture into entrepreneurship, here are a couple of things to consider in the process of making that decision.