It's one thing to want to become a successful entrepreneur, but it's another to live through the process to get there. We are constantly being shown the excitement of freedom, choice, wealth, and success as an entrepreneur. Those messages, however, aren't accompanied by the realization that only hard work gets you to that point.
Thus, we want to be the noun without doing the verbs.
While the success and freedom should be goals that become cherished privileges when obtained, let us not overlook that no one else is around to do the work. When you start out, you're the everyman. You're responsible for every single task. It's far from easy. It's not even fun most times.
As long as the work gets done, and you can outsource what you aren't good at if you have the funds to do so, you'll be primed for the success you've dreamed of. Just don't overlook the fact that all of that work still funnels back to you for review.