The Power of Entrepreneurial Thinking Everywhere

Oftentimes people think you have to be a certain type of person in order to become an entrepreneur. I’m here to say they’re all wrong. Being a good entrepreneur requires a specific mindset, and one that anyone can take on.

In this day in age we need entrepreneurial mindsets to be able to create and innovate in situations of great ambiguity. Here at the law studio we use a framework called ET & A (Entrepreneurial Thought & Action), developed by Babson’s College President Len Schlesinger, in its simple form:

The 4 questions you answer are:

Who am I?

What do I know?

Who do I know?

What am I willing to lose?

Once you have answered those questions, the proper entrepreneurial mindset will be yours. Just remember – the next key element is action.

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