Blessed Are the Hypomanic

Karlgaard, Rich
July 2006
Forbes Asia;7/3/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p18
The article assesses the entrepreneurial personality of businesspeople. A preacher argued that people are wrong in criticizing entrepreneurs for not finishing their projects, because the entrepreneurial gift is not about managing and administering, but starting things. The author said that not many entrepreneurs are good at managing. Most are a mix of visionary and hustler. Entrepreneurs see the opportunities that others overlooked.


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