HOBNOB … Unveiling the Success
“Are Entrepreneurs Made or Born ????”
There are two thoughts of schools , one held view that entrepreneurs are born, not made – that what leads someone to become a successful entrepreneur has more to do with their personality and innate qualities than anything learned through formal education.
The biographies of entrepreneurs such as Richard Branson, Alan Sugar and Theo Paphitis, all of whom left school at 16 to make their own way in the world of business, add to the impression that entrepreneurs are born not made. The idea that certain entrepreneurial traits – such as being able to spot opportunities, think differently and take risks – may be inherent has even led to a whole new area of genetic research.
So, is it really that simple? Do entrepreneurs pursue their path because of a genetic predisposition to do so?
Here comes the second thought of school
I am not convinced. Having met many first generation successful entrepreneurs, I see some flaw in the first statement. In the course of my work, I can safely say that they have included an enormous diversity of individuals and personality types – a mix of introverts and extroverts, natural risk-takers and those with a more cautious outlook, each exhibiting their own particular strengths in their entrepreneurial endeavours.
Here is the platform which gives us opportunity to decide independently on which side you would like to be ……
Actually, In the case of the entrepreneur, the lessons of success can be imparted to anyone, but actually having the ability to implement these lessons is some-thing else altogether.
This platform is for those who would like to learn from the successful entrepreneurs and implement the smart learning in today’s scenario.