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#AskJackD 153: What’s your definition of entrepreneurship?

What’s your definition of entrepreneurship? #AskJackD

It might surprise some of you to hear that I don’t believe you need to start a business to be an entrepreneur. Historically the term ‘entrepreneur’ is limited to those who have founded and invested in multiple businesses, but in my view this definition is too black and white. For me an entrepreneur is someone who takes ownership of their own life, and understands that they are creating their future – regardless of how that plays out day to day. Do you agree/disagree?

Do you have a question? Send it through via the comments, Instagram, Facebook or Twitter. Remember to use the hashtag #AskJackD and I’ll answer it for you.



About Tim Morris

Tim lives, breathes and dreams entrepreneurship. Tim has launched and managed ventures ranging from an innovation consulting company, to e-learning development business, to a subscription service for men’s underwear. Tim’s greatest passion is harnessing technology to deliver learning experiences in exciting new ways. Combine this with his entrepreneurial background and you can see why he’s the perfect match as the Director of Education at The Entourage.

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