ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Entrepreneurial DNA: Joe Abraham at TEDxBend

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Entrepreneurial DNA: Joe Abraham at TEDxBend

Here’s Great Tip: Entrepreneurial DNA: Joe Abraham at TEDxBend

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Joe is the founder/CEO of bosiDNA.com, featured in the Wall Street Journal for its breakthrough technology and award-winning accelerator.

Entrepreneurship has given us Edison and Ford, Branson and Jobs. But has entrepreneurship seen its best days? We’ll learn why its best days are still ahead — and how a breakthrough discovery about entrepreneurial behavior is unlocking entrepreneurship’s greatest potential around the globe.

A serial entrepreneur himself, Joe has started, grown and exited three companies of his own and invested in over 20 growing startups. He is author of Entrepreneurial DNA: The Breakthrough Discovery That Aligns Your Business to Your Unique Strengths (McGraw Hill 2011). He has been featured on FoxNews, CBS, NBC, CNN, ABC, WGN and numerous nationally syndicated radio shows on topics related to entrepreneurship and small business growth. Joe also serves as an advisor to entrepreneurship programs domestically and around the world.

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19 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Entrepreneurial DNA: Joe Abraham at TEDxBend”

  1. This is a cool but false dichotomy, similar to the MBTI, they are just different axises that any person can have say a 0-100 range on, and the sum of the area/cross product like a business IQ similar to EQ or IQ. ANY person CAN strengthen any of these areas (well likely) and knowing when to use each of these strategies is a definition of human capability in the face of pain and gain, certainty and risk.

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