It is said that entrepreneurs think differently than business people. The Enterprises television show relays the differences of each.
Business people have a plan for how they want their venture to run, what they will need to get it to run, and to be successful. Entrepreneurs think creatively and make plans to start up a new venture with the help of someone with business sense. Business people think like management using their skills, experience and knowledge to succeed. They are told to avoid risk at all costs, and if it rears its ugly head, squash it right away. Entrepreneurs take on risk, love risk, dive into new opportunities head on and passionately risk everything for the venture. They flourish in setting where carving a brand new path is expected and needed. The Enterprises television show also notes that entrepreneurship is not a job, so much as a passion. Take a look at the people working for you: are they more business minded or possess more entrepreneur-like qualities. They seek and find problems before they happen and take ownership when problems occur in their function. Companies need both kinds of employees. And the world needs both types of people.