It is said that being-entrepreneur is brought in the blood. Paradoxically it also thought that any person could be. At least that is how they taught us from business schools and from the impulse in recent years to incorporate into the school curricula the need to undertake. Now it is common that from high school, students have a subject called Entrepreneurial Project or Business Development. In which they must generate a Business Plan, with its mission, its values, its business model, its projections and other things. Thus, having a business plan you can start to feel entrepreneurial because. At least, you have a structure of work and a concrete idea of how it could be a reality.
However, the problem of business schools mostly is that in its entirety. They continue to treat entrepreneurship as a series of theoretical tools for efficiency. Success not as a set of practical guides for the difficulties own of the real world for the same. It is up to the third or fourth entrepreneurship. The entrepreneur has knowledge of what to do, what not to do, how to move forward. This is an implicit average rule of the famous Silicon Valley. In which the failure of 4 or 5 previous projects is the standard for every entrepreneur who finally gets a winning project. It is precisely this condition makes what they teach in the Business Schools often falls short. Over time, the experience generates three tools that even the best business school or book cannot teach. Continue reading “The qualities of a true entrepreneur”