This is a video that addresses some of the many misconceptions about entrepreneurship. While most people think entrepreneurs (and even the members of Oxypreneurship) always have a business plan and a strict method, the reality is that we're just making it up as we go along. It's not about who you know and cutting corners to get to where you need to be. It's about understanding your own abilities and using what you have to make something new. 

One widely held misconception is that entrepreneurs should keep their ideas to themselves to avoid someone stealing their idea. Entrepreneurs never work alone. A success story will never involve one person sitting in their dorm room suddenly receiving checks for millions of dollars for a product they created by themselves. Entrepreneurship is an exchange. In order for it to be successful, it must grow through differing perspectives, whether that's from potential buyers, members in a team, or someone with a similar idea.

Entrepreneurs have the reputation of being hard headed and high strung, when in actuality, entrepreneurs must be flexible and relaxed. The most successful entrepreneurs make more mistakes than successful projects, and understand that concept.

Get ready to change your perspective.