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Introduction to Entrepreneurship Introduction to Entrepreneurship
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Entrepreneur? Do you have what it takes to be an  Do you have what it takes to be an  entrepreneur? entrepreneur?
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Entrepreneurshi p Lessons from entrepreneur s Economy and entrepreneur s Role of small business Ethical issue in small business Valuing a small business Planning for a small business
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A. They feel passionate about a particular product or service. B. Members of the immediate family are entrepreneurs. C. They value personal independence. D. They believe in the phrase, “I can do that better”. Please use the clicker to answer the following question: Please use the clicker to answer the following question: Which  circumstance best explains why someone would  Which  circumstance best explains why someone would  choose to be an entrepreneur? choose to be an entrepreneur?
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Lessons from entrepreneu rs Entrepreneurshi p Economy and entrepreneur s Role of small business Ethical issue in small business Valuing a small business Planning for a small business
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Read the article, “Careers: be your own boss” Read the article, “Careers: be your own boss” Answer the following questions: 1.   A quote from the article is as follows, “Risk takers (entrepreneurs) don’t believe they are taking risks”. What is the author getting at? Write down as many points as you can on this module’s worksheet. 2.   Another quote from the article is as follows, “Your plan should also provide a reasonable sales forecast and expenses estimate… cut your sales in half and double your expenses”. What is the author getting at?
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Risk takers don’t believe they are taking risks Manage risks
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Provide a reasonable sales forecast and expenses estimate Managing optimism
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Lessons from entrepreneu rs Entrepreneurshi p Economy and entrepreneur s Role of small business Ethical issue in small business Valuing a small business Planning for a small business
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Video, “Interview with Trish Mumby” Video, “Interview with Trish Mumby” Write down as many points as you can on this module’s worksheet.
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