There’s a hidden misconception about entrepreneurship I’ve noticed lately.
It subtly hints that the place in which you do your work determines the scale of effectiveness. As if location somehow legitimizes the work one does.
For example, how many times have you heard it scoffingly said, “he’s just a blogger sitting in his basement in his underwear!” The connotation is never flattering. The underlying assumption is, “you can’t/won’t/don’t want to pay for office space, therefore your business isn’t as ‘real’ as mine.”