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    1) Based on Lyle Wong case study, I consider Lyle as entrepreneur. The first reason is Lyle have big ideas. Lyle dream big and think big, he was come out with ideas that haven’t been tested and work on it before. And he believe that his ideas is possible to success if he try to work on it with right way. The second reason is that I can see in this case study, Lyle love to take risk. Entrepreneurship involves recognizing, and he being willing to accept the risk that the venture may success or…

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    How I Braved Anu Aunty and Co-Founded a Million Dollar Company is the debut novel of author Varun Agarwal. He is one of the young and budding Indian entrepreneurs. This novel is a non-fiction memoir of Varun’s experience and struggles he had while founding his own start-up called Alma Mater, way back in 2009. Varun in the beginning of the book itself warns the readers that he is no writer but is a storyteller and truly through the course of the book proves that he is a brilliant one. This book…

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    Entrepreneur: Study Guide

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    What is Entrepreneur? An Entrepreneur is the one who systematizes, manages, and shoulders the risks of a business or enterprise. An entrepreneur is a pioneer, a contender and a driver. One who crafts something new, or some creativity, a business or an enterprise. An entrepreneur is the beginning (and at times the end) of the endeavour, project or activity. Traits of a Successful Entrepreneur  Full of willpower  Not frightened to take risks  Great confidence  Hunger after erudition …

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    Entrepreneurs are a large factor in the business world today. After reading All in Start Up: Launching a New Idea When Everything Is on the Line by Diana Kander, I learned the hardships that an entrepreneur might face when they are launching a company and they just cannot seem to gain the traction necessary to push their company forward. Throughout the book, Owen is trying to fight to save his company from completely falling apart. He looks to Sam to help him save his company due to her success…

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    adaptability are qualities that people are born with and those who posses these attributes are more likely to make it as an entrepreneur. The first quality a successful entrepreneur must have is commitment and determination. This is the most important key factor an entrepreneur…

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    3.1 Introduction to entrepreneurship An entrepreneur has been defined as “individual who exploits market opportunity through technical and/or organizational innovation” (Schumpeter, 1965) and Entrepreneurship is “the process by which individuals pursue opportunities without regard to the resources they currently control” (Howard Stevenson,1983). Entrepreneurs perform the main functions of driving innovation, risk taking and management of resources. Entrepreneurs can be broadly categorized using…

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    1.1 Economic Fundamentals: Identify the factors of production and discuss their importance as the bedrock of the theory of the firm. The factors of production are the inputs used to manufacture products and provide services. These inputs include labor, land, and capital. The theory of the firm is a microeconomic model referring to businesses and corporations and how those entities exist to make profits. Firms interact directly with the market to determine the demand for their goods so they can…

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    2. Factors Affecting Coffee Production and Productivity in Ethiopia Generally the physical limiting factors that affect coffee production and level of its productivity in Ethiopia include natural vulnerability and social factors. 2.1 Natural factors that affects coffee production There are a number of natural factors that affect coffee production in Ethiopia .Among them ecology such as climate and soil, recurrent drought, desertification and period coffee disease come to the forefront 2.1.1.…

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    When Life Gives HOPE! Everyone who has their dream has found their hope from factors they felt. Junior, a boy in The Absolute True Diary of a Part-Time Indian had experienced several factor shaping worldviews, but in the end even though some of his Spokane Tribe resented him for leaving, and he lost some people he truly cared about, he was about to find hope through the love and struggles he had come upon. Family support, race, education and friendship can contribute whether or not people can…

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    Literature Review Much of research has studied the concept of the production function of health, which summarizes the relationship between health inputs and outputs. Yet, few of them have analyzed the impact of the economic, social, and environmental factors on the health status of the individuals as well as the society. In this section, we are going to mention some previous researches that are related to this subject: 1. James Thornton 2002: This study provides some new evidence on the effect…

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