Here are some questions you should ask yourself: Did you start your own lemonade stand as a kid? Would you rather be enjoying life instead of sitting in a cubicle? Have you ever wanted to be your own boss? Is Richard Branson your idol? Do you hate having to schedule your vacations depending on what your boss says? If you answered yes to the questions above, more than likely you are or would like to be an entrepreneur running your own company and doing something you want to do with your life. If you answered no, please move along. Well I’m no Richard Branson yet, but I would like to be. But unlike a lot of people out there I’m not sitting around hoping that some rich uncle I didn’t know about drops dead and gives me his fortune. I wouldn’t mind, but I’m not holding my breath. I’m just getting started in my own Richard Branson “Story” and I know I have a lot of work ahead of many. One of the things I’m counting on is the career education knowledge and experience that I’ve gotten from completing my associates degree at Hubbard College. There is a lot to learn but I know I can use everything I’ve learned to become a successful entrepreneur. There are a lot of entrepreneurs out there in the world we live in, but there aren’t that many successful ones. I don’t think I will have that problem. Redmond, Student at Hubbard College