On Enterpreneurship, part two.

Some clever observations on enterpreneurship, by Richard (Branson)
However, I completely disagree with his view that “the main motivator for entrepreneurs is the chance of making big money”. If you get into entrepreneurship driven by profit, you are a lot more likely to fail. The entrepreneurs who succeed usually want to make a difference to people’s lives, not just their own bank balances. The desire to change things for the better is the motivation for taking risks and pursuing seemingly impossible business ideas.
Part of his article The Misconceptions of Entrepreneurship, you might want to read it, here
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