Wednesday, May 25, 2005
Real Entrepreneur or Good Professional?
"Well, the businessman is a person who "smells" a good opportunity and
tries to take advantages of his skills to cash it. The highly trained
professional is exactly the opposite: he is very good at his day by day
job (could be a programmer, a lawyer or anything else) and his 9 to 18
daily work is not sufficient anymore - he feels he could do a lot more
on his own. Also, he doesn't often see the business opportunity and his
entrepreneurship is based more on chance. To summarize, while the
business man could be selling sand in the desert and making a fortune,
the professional is more like a lab person, he works on what he knows
best and being taken from his strong domain he becomes helpless."
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