Thursday, December 9, 2010


I have always been dubious about entrepreneurship education. Running a business, in fact, is not about theories. It is about covering payroll next Friday. You don't learn it by reading about it.

But reality doesn't agree with me.

A large portion of the really innovative new companies, the really cool companies, are coming out of university entrepreneurship education programs.

Education in this area helps you to make sure you haven't missed something, it gives you mentors, and it helps you realize that you don't already know everything. It might give you crucial feedback about your plans, before you use real money. It does work.

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