America is one of the only places on the planet where entrepreneurship is a binary choice. You’re either an entrepreneur. Or you’re not. As if entrepreneurship is a career path or something you put on your LinkedIn profile.
Everywhere else, entrepreneurship is considered a way of thinking and it’s applied to everything they do.
Being an entrepreneur doesn’t necessarily mean you have to learn to code. It doesn’t mean you have to be a founder. It doesn’t even mean you can’t work inside a cubicle inside a larger company.
If you’re thinking about ways to be more productive, you’re an entrepreneur. If you’re offering a service or product that will make you an extra $1,000/month on top of your full-time job, you’re an entrepreneur. If you’re doing both of those things, you’re an entrepreneur.