Entrepreneurship refers to a person who organises, runs, and bears the risk of a commercial enterprise. An entrepreneur, in my opinion, is a risk-taker and a dreamer; it takes a lot to start your own firm, and even more to be successful. As an entrepreneur, you have the flexibility to make your own decisions, but you are also totally responsible for failure.
To keep a business functioning, there must be a desire or enthusiasm for it, as well as a dedication to it. Entrepreneurs should enjoy what they do and be willing to go to any length to keep their company running. A business cannot be started unless someone has the desire to start that specific firm.
Many people dream about starting their own business for a long time before taking the plunge and becoming an entrepreneur. Several entrepreneurs I know had a strong desire to start their own businesses but were waiting for the perfect timing and finance. As an entrepreneur, you should be prepared to take risks. There are many successful start-up firms, but there are also countless failures.