This essay will critical discuss of the statement “Entrepreneurs are born, not made”, and then critical use of relevant explain in discussion and analysis to support and illustrate my opinion “entrepreneurs are made, not born”.
At the end, it will be conclusion for the whole report, and give detail reference.
Many articles and books also list the innate characteristics of successful entrepreneurs such as pioneering spirit, initiative, and driving force, willingness to take risks, analytical ability and interpersonal skills.
In fact, not only these lists are incomplete, but also they lack practical significance for they are based on case studies and based on the study results of some successful entrepreneurs.
This chapter provides an overview of entrepreneurship and innovation as it relates to sustainable business.
The discussion is most relevant to sustainable businesses focused on offering new products and services in response to societal concerns.
In the eyes of common people, the entrepreneurs are the small number of respected elites with high social position.
Therefore, for a long time, the popular view is that: the entrepreneurs can not be taught or learn well by themselves for the quality is born.
So, the key is how to tap and give full play to the potential so as to balance the two-sided effect (Hall, and Wailes, 2009).
Entrepreneurs are not inherent to own endowment different from ordinary people.