In general, loneliness is either chosen or suffered.
In the case of the entrepreneur, loneliness is a consequence of a life choice. This can be explained by considering that the entrepreneur has an approach that breaks with established norms/markets. He therefore remains on the fringes of the environment, as if to better change the (and its) reality.
In order not to be alone, an entrepreneur will then seek the support of people (friend, spouse, mentor…). He will look for allies who will understand his project, and who will spend days, nights, weekends, just like him. These allies are precious assets for the progress of the project.
However, what has often surprised me is to realize that many entrepreneurs are unaware that beyond the progress of the project, such allies have first allowed them to remain anchored in the awareness of reality, in the face of difficulties and doubts.
The minimum to wish for everyone: to wake up in the morning knowing that there is someone who brings proof of availability and presence…