Citibank conducted a survey of 1,002 small business owners and learned that they are crazy.
Specifically, 73% said if they knew then what they know now about entrepreneurship, they’d still start a company, hardships and all.
Most (64%) also said they’d recommend entrepreneurship to their children.
These answers make it sound like Citibank only interviewed successful business owners. But the researcher says the same applies for failed founders.
“We’ve also found that many, many entrepreneurs who fail get up and do it again and again until they succeed,” Raj Seshadri tells Bloomberg Businessweek.
Here’s the full Q&A on the study >>
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