Entrepreneurship is becoming more and more common place now that the web has provided an equal platform upon which to build a business, and with us being smack bang in the middle of the second ‘dotcom’ bubble makes it all the more apt to learn this following idiom.
To show the usage of this idiom we’ll borrow one sentence (which I am sure is covered under fair use!) from the Chinese version of Crush It, a book written by Gary Vaynerchuck and focusing on entrepreneurship in the Internet age.
Here’s the rest of the vocabulary you’ll need to read this example:
wǒ yīxiàng rènwéi xīnkŭ cái néng móliàn wǒmen, báishǒuqǐjiā de chuàngyè guòchéng duì wǒ jiārén hěn yǒu bāngzhù, yě ràng wǒ gèng kěwàng zhuīqiú yīqiè
I always believe that only through hard work can we discipline ourselves, the entrepreneurial process of creating something out of nothing was a big help to my family, and also gave me the aspiration to pursue everything