Every entrepreneur needs to be true and honest about their startup route, their skills and ability, as well as their strengths and weaknesses.
Entrepreneurs are known to be risk takers, but for the average entrepreneur themselves, they believe non-entrepreneurs are the most risk-aversive people. According to them the safest path is to take control of their own lives, to construct their own world, and not be dependent on anyone. There is something about their stories which makes people uncomfortable.
An economy that supports entrepreneurship, weakens the profession by wrapping it in destructive myths. A great number of social and cultural myths have been formed around the idea of what it really takes to be an entrepreneur.