Is US culture stifling entrepreneurship?

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November 1, 2011
Casey Research
by Vedran Vuk  
Posted in Commentary

"In the US, entrepreneurship is often portrayed as something reserved for an elite, intellectual class. The message seems to be, 'Only start a business if you've really got it figured out.' The entrepreneur drops out of college not because he's dumb -- but rather because he's too smart and visionary for school. In a way, that's not what entrepreneurship is all about. Despite the common portrayal, it's not about being smarter than everyone else; it's about creating something for yourself." (10/31/11)  

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