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Chris (Friend of Babson, Entrepreneur and Brand Strategist,, Ghana)

Entrepreneurship is the innovative collaboration of ideas,technology and resources to solve problems in our world today thereby creating a shared reward of impact and profit as in a business. For a sustainable impact a system i.e a business is born to make it a rountine. The business of entrepreneurship is the key to wealth creation.

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Jonathan (Babson Alumnus, Executive Director and Founder at InnerCity Weightlifting, Boston, MA)

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V (Interested in Babson, Senior Manager,Petro Company, India)

It is a way of living and sharing.

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Jeremy (Undergraduate Student, Litchfield, CT)

Seeing the possibilities where others see only the obstacles, and having the relentless drive to transform those obstacles into opportunities for success.

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Mary (Babson Staff, United States)

Entrepreneurship is: R³ Reaping Rewards from Risk

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Benny (Undergraduate Student, United States)

Entrepreneurship is... ...Moving fast and thinking faster... ...Braving the odds without fear... ...Rapidly adapting to change... ...Willingly taking calculated risks... Turning a dream of success... Into reality.

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Benny (Undergraduate Student, United States)

Entrepreneurship is... ...Moving fast and thinking faster... ...Braving the odds without fear... ...Rapidly adapting to change... ...Willingly taking calculated risks... Turning a dream of success... Into reality.

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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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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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