Do you have illusions of being an entrepreneur?

by Brian

 

Have you read The Illusions of Entrepreneurship: The Costly Myths That Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Policy Makers Live By?

The author, Shane Scott, is a Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University thinks there is a genetic component to entrepreneurial drive. He maintains that environment may play an even bigger role. 
 Its nature and nurture he explains. People should not worry so much about whether they have it in them or not.

 Scott Shane offers research-based answers to these questions and many others:

 Why do people start businesses?

 What industries are popular for start-ups?

 How do entrepreneurs finance their start-ups?

 What are the characteristics of the typical entrepreneur?

 How well does the typical start-up perform?

 What strategies contribute to the survival and profitability of new businesses over time?

The book is available at the major online book-selling web sites.
What books do YOU recommend?

 

 

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