speaker, I read your text and tried to write it in more understandable English. I think that this is what you are trying to say:
Some people prefer working for themselves or run their own business, others prefer to work as employees. Would you rather run your own business, for example, self-employed (Sole Trader), partnership, private company, etc, or would you prefer to work for someone else?
In my opinion, I rather first develop my skills with an employer and build my confidence. That's because when we have more experience in life, we can try and follow our dreams, to finally have the ability to run our own business (1). If we work for someone else, we should do what our boss says (2). We receive less money most of the time, and we need to account for when we make mistakes, basically, we earn a living (3).
When we run our own business, we must be entrepeneurs, build innovation, and that may give us a more competitive edge over other companies (4).
Actually, it looks like people get cold feet with the idea of being self-employed, because the challenge is more demanding (5). Some people brush off our ideas, which can make us feel very low, and sometimes want to drop out of the current project (6). We need to deal with the threats and vulnerabilities, that is, the basis of Risk Management, and work really hard if we want to achieve our goals. I believe that this way of working can bring independence for us, getting self-taught and developing leadership skills, in order to win people's opinion and respect around. This can be a good platform to get our ideas across.
Concluding, "no pain, no gain", life is pretty tough, and we always must be looking forward to our future (7).
1. Content: you don't necessarily need to have experience to follow your dreams.
2. Content: successful companies depend on discussion an team work to deliver results. This implies, not always though, that you have to do what your leader says.
3. Content: not necessarily less money, specially if the company you own is in the red. Even when you have your own company, you also, are accountable for various parties, for example, clients, legal and safety requirements, taxation, bank, etc.
4. Content: the same applies for any private and public organisation.
5. Content: similar challenges exist in all private and public organisations, the only difference is that you are purely responsible and accountable for everything.
6. Content: the same issue exists in many organisations.
7. Content: the phrase "no pain, no gain" applies to all private and public organisations.
(Note: I had help with the content from someone who got a post-graduation in Business Administration in the best Business School in Latin America)