There's several reasons why entrepreneurs finally decide to ditch the 9-to-5 rat race and start their own company. It may come from a burning entrepreneurial desire, a life-changing event, or because of a great business idea. No matter the reasons, there will always be obstacles to face and overcome.
But there is something else that can make you question your entrepreneurial talents. Competing with established competitors and large corporations can be scary and extremely difficult when you're the new startup trying to build a brand and make your voice heard.
So, how do you prevent corporations from influencing and damaging your entrepreneurial spirit? Here are five ways that you can prevent a corporation from killing your dreams and possibly luring you to stay or go back to your comfortable dead-end cubical career.
Join over 70,000 growth pros from companies like Uber, Pinterest & Twitter