"Entrepreneur: someone who jumps off a cliff and builds a plane on the way down." -- Richard Branson
This is what probably describes me best. Ever since I was a kid, I sought for ways to make myself useful. Although my family was never poor, it was never rich either. This was a blessing in disguise, as it did develop my inclination to business and entrepreneurship.
At one point, I realized that I may be having too many irons in the fire. The problem was that I really loved every single project that I worked on and could easily get passionate about different disciplines and achieve very good results in any of them. I felt kind of lost. This is when a colleague pointed me to a TED talk by Emilie Wapnick, Why Some of Us Don't Have One True Calling and the concept of a multipotentialite, someone with many interests and creative pursuits. I no longer feel lost. Life is a ride. I try to enjoy it.