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Hanson (Undergraduate Student, Student/Entrepreneur, Saratoga Spgs, NY)

inspiring others around you to become calculated risk takers, regardless of the situation.

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Manuel (Graduate Student, Auburn, ME)

Entrepreneurship is a journey where you take an idea fueled by passion, digesting success and failures on the run.

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Connell (Babson Alumnus, Co-Founder, Enertiv, Empire State, NY)

Hard work. It's attacking a problem, by doing whatever it takes to make your vision a reality.

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Wael (Graduate Student, Brookline, MA)

Entrepreneurship is changing the world by building and growing all types of organizations that create value to every single human on earth.

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Andrew (Babson Alumnus, Extraordinary Lawyer, Jacksonville, FL)

Entrepreneurship is a form of self-abuse on which your mother would never comment.

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Fabian (Undergraduate Student, Student, Babson Park, MA)

seeing opportunities instead of problems.

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Kawin (Babson Alumnus, Lecturer, Thailand)

Entrepreneurship is the fuel behind the actions needed to drive visions of change that impact our world for the better.

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Paulina (Undergraduate Student, Doctor, teacher, mom..., Babson Park, MA)

Entrepreneurship is all about making things happen, that normally would not happen.

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Brianna (Undergraduate Student, Meet Eugene, Founder and CEO, Nesconset, NY)

Entrepreneurship is a way of being; it is the way you are wired. It starts with the way you wake up in the morning and ends with the way you go to sleep at night. It's learning from failure - failing fast and cheap and is the motivation that pushes you forward to continue with the next best thing. It's knowing when to accept defeat and when to push your limits. Entrepreneurship is a lifestyle.

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Ani (Graduate Student, Armenia)

Entrepreneurship is the proof that the world is changed by individuals like me and you, and not giant corporations; it's the revival of the power of one.

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