By Whitney Johnson (Founding Partner, Rose Park Advisors) Notwithstanding the considerable career and financial (I am the primary breadwinner) risks involved, it was time to leave my comfortable perch and become an entrepreneur. Time to disrupt myself. We typically define disruption as a low-end product or service that eventually upends an industry. But I've found that the rules of disruption apply to the individual too. Or as thought leader Jennifer Sertl writes, "innovation ultimately begins on the inside."
Six years into my mid-career move, here are some lessons learned from my personal disruptive trajectory: If it feels scary and lonely, you're probably on the right track.
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