It can be quite difficult to clearly explain the difference between an entrepreneurial attitude and an attitude of a businessman, but since this is something I have been thinking about a lot recently, I would like to share it with you.
In my opinion, what distinguishes a businessman from an entrepreneur is the mental model (way of thinking): a businessman is more of an “analytical thinker” while an entrepreneur is more of a “possibility thinker”. This means that, for example, the main goal of a businessman is not innovation, but rather to ensure that a company makes a profit.
Also, while a businessman focuses more on small improvements to an existing situation, an entrepreneur tries to imagine how things will turn out in the future and works to make that idea a reality (this attitude, pushing the boundaries of what we know means more risk, but also greater rewards when you are successful).
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