If you ask most people about their impression of entrepreneurship, they might use words like “small business” or “innovation” or describe it as “working for yourself.” Some may go beyond that and paint a picture of an audacious Silicon Valley founder who boldly takes risks and tirelessly overcomes challenges.
For others, an entrepreneur is a free-spirited rebel who makes his or her own way in the business world. All these things help give color to the canvas of entrepreneurship, but they don’t paint a complete picture of the thing itself.
So, what is entrepreneurship?
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Doug McCullough, Director of Lone Star Policy Institute
Brooke Medina, Communications Director, Civitas Institute