The area of entrepreneurship is receiving a great deal of attention today on college campuses. According to the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, in 1970 only 16 business schools in the U.S. offered entrepreneurship classes.
Today more than 2000 colleges and universities offer at least one entrepreneurship course. Often the focus has been on the nuts and bolts of entrepreneurship, i.e., coming up with a good idea, creating a business model for it, and working the numbers to see if it can be profitable.
From Employee to Entrepreneur, A Journey Worth Taking addresses the internal process that any aspiring entrepreneur often goes through in making the change from being an employee to becoming an entrepreneur.
Truly this workbook is designed as a guidebook for this exhilarating and risky journey. It is designed to confront the attitude-shifts involved in a practical and realistic way.
It is a natural complement to other texts focused on the elements of entrepreneurship and how-to books on creating a successful business.
This Guidebook is utilized in concert with workshops and classes offered by Catherine Mich.