most dreamers i know that risked, executed and succeeded in their dreams didn’t consider themselves entrepreneurs, but just engineers or designers or programmers or dancers. however, most if not all the dreamers that call themselves entrepreneur that i got to know (specially lately around silicon valley) are not able to make their dreams true. sadly, it’s not only that they fail (as if everybody had the skills to success), but that it’s dramatically rare to find one who is able to articulate and precisely describe what their dream actually is, in a concrete and concise way. instead, these self proclaimed entrepreneurs are more often that not quite out of focus, busier playing the role of entrepreneurs, than just entrepreneuring a dream.

just saying what i see around

there are those who success executing dreams, and then you got the entrepreneurs