I’m not implying you should become a startup founder and raise a billion dollars. I’m saying you should develop entrepreneurial skills. Advanced problem-solving, decision-making, creativity, and content-creation will be the most valuable disciplines in the workplaces of tomorrow.
Why Writing a Book Is the New PhD
Jesse Warren Tevelow

The definition of “entrepreneur” is changing.

No longer is it only a role or function like a company founder or inventory of a new product or technology.

It seems that it’s now more of a mindset, or even a set of skills as Jesse has listed here: problem-solving, decision-making, creativity, and content-creation.

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