Entrepreneurial thinking is about more than just longing to become your own boss, or even successfully launching a business. The good news: You don’t have to be born an entrepreneurial thinker; you can learn to be one.
Randal Pinkett, Ph.D., author, speaker, and CEO of the Newark, N.J.-based research, training, and technology firm BCT Partners, offers himself as a prime example. Pinkett, the former Rhodes Scholar who first came to national attention as the winner of the fourth season of the NBC reality competition The Apprentice in 2005, says that despite becoming a successful business owner, he did not grow up thinking like an entrepreneur.
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