Entrepreneurs are Made Not Born

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1994 - Business & Economics - 210 pages
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The many Americans who want to join the ranks of successful entrepreneurs would love to pick the brains of the self-made moguls--and now they can. This treasure chest of how-to wisdom from 200 magnates such as Ben Cohen (Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream), Fred Smith (Federal Express) and Harold Geneen (ITT) provides a course in entrepreneurship.

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Shefsky, a lawyer specializing in entrepreneurship, uses inspirational vignettes to illustrate how people can take an idea or skill and parlay it into their own business. The emphasis here is on the ... Read full review


1 A Simple Way to Understand Entrepreneurship
2 Begin with a Dream
3 Dream Drawers

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LLOYD E. SHEFSKY is Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship at Kellogg School of Management, as well as founder and Co-Director of the school's Center for Family Enterprises and cofounder of its Center for Executive Women. Cofounder of several businesses and nonprofits, he has taught, lectured, and spoken in China, Japan, Thailand, Canada, Israel, and throughout the United States. "Invent Reinvent Thrive" is Shefsky's first book since his 1994 debut, "Entrepreneurs Are Made Not Born".

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