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Behavior vs. Personality



The Small Business Owner and the Juvenile Delinquent

From; 5/7/09i>

This discussion about entrepreneurship (and intrapreneurship) lays out, what is purportedly, the original definition: “[A] shift[ing of] financial resources out of an area of lower and into an area of greater productivity and greater yield.”

Jean-Baptiste Say, a French economist who first coined the phrase entrepreneur in about 1800, said: “The entrepreneur shifts fiscal assets out of an area of lower and into an area of higher productivity and higher yield. ” One dictionary states that an entrepreneur is “one who undertakes an enterprise, particularly a service provider acting as the intermediary among capital and work”… …

they are also opportunistic, sometimes callous to a fault. Abraham Zaleznik, a Harvard Business School teacher, once stated, “I think if we want to comprehend the small business owner, we should evaluate the juvenile delinquent”…

It is refreshingly simply spoken. But why is it that the innovator’s mindset is associated with delinquent behaviour? Maybe there is something about this idea, that truly forces the analogy.

Who knows, just maybe the 2 remain extremely hard to distinguish?