Yes, Entrepreneurship has been around for centuries, but who knew that it’s something you can study in college.
Most people graduate from college, majoring in Accounting, Engineering, Health Care and etc.
Then their goals change. Sometimes because of luck, or the background of their parents or grandparents.
Most entrepreneurs have a very clear vision and passion of they want their business to be.
It's not be about making money or getting rich. It is more about making an impact.
Start with a good education, get out in the business world and see where you go.
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Once upon a time it was believed that a great entrepreneur was born, not made. However, times are changing and according to the George Washington University School of Business, it seems that recent academic research supports the notion that becoming a successful entrepreneur is not based solely on your gene pool. In a new article, the SBOC Team discusses Majoring in Entrepreneurship: Exploring One Education-Based Pathway to Success which details how school based curriculums formally teaching entrepreneurship have given students creative and innovative ideas which helped them come up with new ways to do business. Of course, this new pathway has not been without obstacles. Be sure to check out the article and then come back and tell us your thoughts about the making of entrepreneurs!