How to Think Like an Entrepreneur (The School of Life series)
|Author:||Philip Delves Broughton|
|Series:||The School of Life|
Explore how entrepreneurial thinking can dramatically improve your work, your life and your relationshipsHaving the drive, ambition and inspiration to start a new business takes a particular mindset - no wonder we regard successful entrepreneurs as modern-day magic-makers. But what if that spirit and drive were applied outside the world of business startups?An entrepreneur seeks to build something from nothing; to take an inspired idea and make it a reality. How to Think Like An Entrepreneur will explore what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur - the ability to disrupt the status quo, use design thinking to generate fresh perspectives, build resilience and leap forward from failure - and ultimately lead us to the heart of great entrepreneurial thinking; an understanding of our deepest human needs. By harnessing the passion, verve and blue-sky thinking of an entrepreneur, we'll consider how you can improve your business and also your life and relationships beyond.
Explore how entrepreneurial thinking can dramatically improve your work, your life and your relationships.
The School of Life is dedicated to making our lives clearer, less puzzling and more enjoyable - by studying the big themes of life with the help of culture. This new series of self-help books continues to reinvent the genre, making it into something more serious, profound and genuinely helpful. Alain de Botton
Philip Delves Broughton is the author of two international bestsellers, Life's a Pitch, and What They Teach You at Harvard Business School. He grew up in England, received his BA in Classics from Oxford and his MBA from Harvard Business School. He spent ten years as a reporter and foreign correspondent for the Daily Telegraph and now writes regularly for the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal. An edited collection of his work for the FT was published as Management Matters: From the Humdrum to the Big Decisions. He also collaborates with the Kauffman Foundation for Entrepreneurship and Education in the area of research and policy.