Creating an Entrepreneurial Mindset
by Roger Cowdrey
Publisher: BookBoon 2013
Number of pages: 57
This book considers entrepreneurism as an essential component in all aspects of life rather than the narrow business definition. It looks at the various views of the concept of entrepreneurism before defining the characteristics that the author believes are required in order to be entrepreneurial.
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