Entrepreneurship: The TrueDefinition
No school can teach Entrepreneurship. Yes, because it is a passion you develop as an entrepreneur. A personal journey. A dream to bring about change or solve a problem you care deeply about. It is a venture you learn from doing the actual work rather than books. It's not a game of theory. You have to apply and there is no way around it. And if you enjoy the conventional approach to solving problems, then forget about it, you are most likely going to fail.
It's okay for schools to offer entrepreneurship programs. Its revenue-generating strategy for their organizations. But is it okay for you the would-be entrepreneur?
If entrepreneurship can be studied in schools, then “passion” and “grit” are going to be the modules. But again, you can’t teach “passion” and “grit.” They are ingrained. Deeply embedded in the anatomy of entrepreneurship. This is the nucleus of what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Not attending an entrepreneurship program from Harvard.