(Cos) Ofer’s Answer
Hmm, which aspect of the business do you love? What career are you considering?
Some people are "serial entrepreneurs" in that they keep starting new companies, moving on from the previous one to the next every few years. Others are "entrepreneurs" in that they help other people start companies.
For the first kind, you don't need to decide whether to become "an entrepreneur", you just need to start a business... and to do that, you need to be very motivated about doing a particular thing. Maybe you have an idea you're passionate about that you think can make money but you don't see anyone doing it, or doing it right. Maybe you see something other people are making money at that you think you'd really enjoy and be very good at and you think you can succeed at it on your own. Whatever it is, I'd say not to think of it in terms of do you want to be an entrepreneur? Instead, think of it in terms of how much do you want to do this particular thing, the thing you're going to go into business in or start a company for?
Be prepared for it to be very stressful at times. Be prepared to make yourself work long hours for months at a time, and maybe not take any vacation for a few years. Be prepared to have to do a lot of tasks you may find frustrating. But if you're really into the product, idea, or business you're building, all of that can be exhilarating and satisfying.
Once you've been through that process, then you'll know whether you want to do it again. And then maybe you can decide you want to be an entrepreneur repeatedly. But start the first time with something you very much want to do.