Many people think of entrepreneurship as an opportunity to be their own boss, follow their passion, create a utopian work-life balance, and maybe even become a millionaire in the process. In many cases however, your clients, investors and the business itself become your boss, dictating when and where you have to work. And while you may love what you're doing, it's still hard work and it can sometimes be lonely work too. If you want to succeed as an entrepreneur you need to take a balanced view of what lies ahead. To help you separate fact from fiction, Harsha Chanrai shares here some of the lessons she's learned and dispels four common myths about being an entrepreneur.