ability to make something out of nothing.
Entrepreneur? An Undertaker: the one who imagines it, creates it, and puts it to work." Also "anyone who
fails, regroups, stands up, and tries again is far more likely to earn the title, if for no other reason than by sheer perseverance.
Entrepreneurial? Doing things most perceive
entrepreneurs would do or taking risks they perceive they would never take whether they were actually risks or not.
Entrepreneurian? A true entrepreneur. One who is '"transformational."
You can't miss them although there are many mid-level transactional types who would wish they, the entrepreneurs in their
midst, were non-existant. The transactional types can best be described as the "go along to get along" methodical
and by and large, methodical manager. Make no mistake, there is a place for them particularly when an organization just wants
to hold down the fort, make as few waves as possible, and protect the status quo. The days of that organization, however, are
numbered unless that leader surrounds himself/herself with trusted and loyal entrepreneurs. An outstanding transactional leader
knows such value.
The art & science of doing entrepreneurial
Ethical Entrepreneurship? The new reality.
Who can be an Entrepreneur? Anyone, absolutely anyone.