When I became a mother, naturally, my whole life changed. First, I took to reading and exploring all the books and methods that tried to teach how to be a good parent. Then, somewhere along the line, I got familiar with the term “entrepreneur”, and those two areas – parent and entrepreneur – overlapped and helped me see how much they have, or should have at least, in common.
Over the years as a Business Coach, I’ve met many different personality types in all sorts of flavours. But until now, I have not been able to identify which personality type makes the best entrepreneur.
The concept of entrepreneurship has been with us for hundreds of years. But the context in which the teaching and learning of entrepreneurship is applied is on the verge of radical change. John di Stefano explains how the Entrepreneurship Competence Framework and its partners across Europe are driving that change forward.
I truly believe that everyone can become a successful entrepreneur. I’ve seen men and women creating extraordinary businesses. If you would have met them a