Dan and Ian are well aware that the entrepreneurial journey isn't made up entirely of success stories.
Many entrepreneurs listening to this podcast are struggling right now.
They might be on the fence about becoming an entrepreneur or reconsidering their decision to become one in the first place.
We've talked many times on this podcast about the "1,000 Day Rule"; this idea that it takes roughly 1,000 days of serious hard work to replace the money that you make from your job.
Anders Ronnau recently posted in our private community The Dynamite Circle about his own twist on this idea, which he calls "The 4,000 Day Rule".
He proposes that after 4,000 days, or roughly ten years, if you haven't had meaningful success building a business for yourself, then you probably need to get a job.
We've invited Anders on to the show this week to talk about that rule and to share his own story about how running a business isolated him, and why he ultimately decided he needed to stop being an entrepreneur.