Two of the most debated topics in the business world when it comes to are people born with innate abilities or are they developed involve leadership and entrepreneurship. It's very interesting because these two areas are joined at the hip, because successful entrepreneurs must be good leaders. Well, the truth is in both areas although learning can happen in a classroom, leadership and entrepreneurship expertise is more caught than taught.
To this point Forbes magazine has a great article online, 9 Entrepreneur Lessons Not Taught in the Classroom, which focuses on leadership principles that entrepreneurs need to learn and apply in order to grow a thriving business. This article was inspired by the new leadership book from Robert S. Murray, "It's All Inside." He believes anyone can nurture their innate leadership abilities, to achieve business and life success. The key is learning from others' life lessons, which seldom happens in structured educational environments.
"World-class entrepreneurship will never be learned totally in the classroom. It takes hard work, lots of practice, and lots of mistakes. It takes focus to become both a student and a teacher of leadership. You will soon be amazed by how things start to fall into place, despite what you don’t know. That’s the innate leadership coming out. Enjoy it." - Martin Zwilling
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