Kate Simpson writes in Canadian Lawyer on three key aspects of becoming a legal entrepreneur:
- Having an idea with wings—More than the ‘a-ha’ moment, fleshing an idea out into something that people will buy is the hard part.
- Patience and perseverance—The journey of one step forward and two steps back requires tenacity in what you’re trying to achieve.
- Embrace ambiguity— There is energy in ambiguity. It can be a messy time, but entrepreneurs need to embrace it rather than race to leave it behind.