Entrepreneurs can more safely transition from one position to another if they will seek to understand the temporal and geographic terrain on which they could find themselves. Understanding an entrepreneur’s intentions may be one key to overcome the barriers posed by the impersonal nature of technology. Entrepreneurs must constantly consult information channels in order to stay maximally positioned in time and space; otherwise, they could very quickly lose their unique or rare positioning and access to information about the generation of new wealth. Aspiring entrepreneurs understand that generating new wealth is typically the goal of their risk taking. Entrepreneurs themselves should be mindful of the need for security arrangements that can protect them from the loss of everything. If entrepreneurs only follow their instincts without regard to the economies that can be secured, based on informational economics, they might as well stay locked up in the heads of scholars.