What a Successful Entrepreneur Believes
Economist Mark Casson notes: “The entrepreneur believes that he is right, while everyone else is wrong. Thus the essence of entrepreneurship is being different—being different because one has a different perception of the situation.”
Frank Knight, the most recognized economist of the twentieth century, believed that in order to unlock profits, one must engage in ‘uncertain activity.’ That is, decisions must be made and actions must be taken not knowing what the expected returns will be. This is, in essence, the function of the entrepreneur: Business building under uncertainty. What distinguishes entrepreneurship is “judgmental decision making under conditions of uncertainty.”
Entrepreneurs produce profit through a committed belief in their own abilities; and, that they can be compensated with considerable rewards for having the willingness to take action, spend resources up front, and put their reputation on the line in the face of uncertainty, where judgment represents their only available guide.
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*Quotes taken from Non-Profit Quarterly by Frederick O. Andersson (http://bit.ly/2xunovr)