Lawrence Gelburd on Dreams, Risks, and Whether Financial Planners Are 'Real' Entrepreneurs

Lee, Shelley A.
September 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2007, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p22
Academic Journal
This article presents an interview with Lawrence Gelburd, a lecturer on entrepreneurship and an entrepreneurial consultant. Gelburd discusses the characteristics of a real entrepreneur, and the skills that are required of them. Gelburd says it is important to know how to behave, see and analyze a situation. Gelburd defines an entrepreneur, and explains the difference between financial advisors who own their own small businesses and real entrepreneurs. He also talks about what distinguishes leaders from followers.


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