Has getting into tech (specifically Big N) made you LESS interested in entrepreneurship?
ELABORATE IN THE COMMENTS, CURIOUS TO HEAR YOUR GUYS / GIRLS' THOUGHTS.
Growing up I was always into creating small businesses or trying to create a "unicorn" startup. I started working in tech and was making a decent salary, while trying to run a business on the side. My sister who had Leetcoded more than me, in a few years of college had a TC of 300k.
I make considerably less than that, and am getting tired of doing all the BS that businesses require, for not much pay. I started Leetcoding and while I've got rejected on the final onsite round for Big N, I can taste the success and realize I am much closer to it. My sister lives a comfortable life. My life is not super comfortable, and I always am explaining to my girl why I have to cancel some late night plan or whatever, just because of my stupid businesses (which haven't been successful).
Especially with Big N tech companies they make it so your work is meaningful, you have great benefits, etc. You're not "selling out" or "going corporate", as entrepreneurs often like to say to make fun of people in corporate life. Maybe if I was to work at Intel or Seagate my whole career, I would wish I started my own business. But if I was to get into Big 4? Heck, there's no way I would be running my crap ideas and peddling my products on the side.
Any thoughts on this? Just wondering if I'm by myself. It's funny because coming from me, growing up I always considered myself very entrepreneurial, and now I go home and Leetcode every day.