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The entrepreneurial instinct : how everyone has the innate ability to start a successful small business / Monica Mehta.

By: Mehta, Monica.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c.2013Description: ix, 205 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780071797429 (alk. paper); 0071797424 (alk. paper).Subject(s): New business enterprises | Entrepreneurship | Small Business | | BAEPS, Business Administration August2015 November2015DDC classification: 658.11
Contents:
How Sunil and Rita made millions -- Decoding the framework of the instinct-driven entrepreneur -- The entrepreneur's innate risk-taking edge -- The chemical that drives risk taking -- The personality traits of the self-made -- The source of fear -- Turning your red light off -- Take rewarding risks -- Launching a business with instinct -- Finding inspiration -- Create a cycle of productivity -- Shoot first, aim later -- Don't spend a dime -- Before you quit your job -- How beliefs define reality.
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Index : p.199-205.

Bibliography : p.193-197.

How Sunil and Rita made millions -- Decoding the framework of the instinct-driven entrepreneur -- The entrepreneur's innate risk-taking edge -- The chemical that drives risk taking -- The personality traits of the self-made -- The source of fear -- Turning your red light off -- Take rewarding risks -- Launching a business with instinct -- Finding inspiration -- Create a cycle of productivity -- Shoot first, aim later -- Don't spend a dime -- Before you quit your job -- How beliefs define reality.

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