It always sounds like a noble thing to own a business. Imagine settling things under your own supervision with no concerns that your boss might actually scold you (yay - you feel me?). Everyone wants that. But let's minimize the fantasy because no matter how much everyone wants it, only a few could really have what it takes. Great things don't come easy, they say.
Aside from the fact that you need to have strong critical-thinking skills, leadership is equally important, too. Handling a business wouldn't only mean implementing decisions for your benefit, but also for the people who work for you. You need to sacrifice so many things, even your usual weekends and holidays, just to negotiate offers, meet with clients, and finish reading a mountain of papers (right, you should love reading, too!). Being a co-owner of a business means having tons of responsibilities... you can't drag them on for too long, or you'll end up losing clients, business, and money. Of course, you wouldn't want that.
Some tried and got through the hard times. Some failed and discovered what they really wanted. Wherever the path leads you, it's still a good thing to try. Who knows? You may see yourself doing interviews and having your face shown in tabloids. There are endless possibilities. But none of it can happen, unless you make it.