Marc Eckō's entrepreneurship speech begins by telling the story of how he took his popular clothing company in school to where it is now. In this encouraging tale, he explains how a start-up company is a journey and not a destination. He is able to substantiate this belief with real-life anecdotes from his own company.
He explains that although starting your own business is normally personally motivated and can be completely mundane, it is also a rewarding and artistic adventure. He also shares the important insight that things will not change after a company becomes successful. There will always be that struggle and it will not be a new experience.
With this entrepreneurship speech, one will have a better understanding of whether or not a new venture is something they are truly interested in.