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Managing The Entrepreneurial Psyche

Posted by iBlog on August 7, 2007

If this magazine decided to choose a patron saint, I’d nominate the economist Joseph A. Schumpeter. Born near Prague in 1883, Schumpeter (pronounced SHOOM-pay-ter) was one of the most astute business thinkers who ever lived, and–luckily for me as his biographer–an electrifying personality besides. He liked to say that he aspired to be the greatest economist, lover, and horseman in the world. Then he’d pause for a second before delivering his punch line: Things weren’t going well with the horses.

Read the full article on Inc.com



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