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What makes an entrepreneur?

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I'm wandering whether people view the monetary aspect as being part of what is a true entrepreneur.
Definitely! A clear financial incentive and a strong desire to create wealth are fundamental characterisitics of an entrepreneur.

It is worth noting that in today's global business climate, i.e. markets not confined solely to Scottish, British, or Northern Hemisphere, an entrepreneur must create value for others if they are to succeed.

Anthony Robbins, a leading motivational speaker globally and success coach, regularly emphasies this point, along with many other notable business gurus.

So, in order to be successful you have to create or help create wealth and
value for others. Is this what makes an entrepreneur or is it what an entrepreneur is made of?
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