The skills that can be learned are as listed below:
•Skills. Young ventures, unlike big existing firms, need to be organized from scratch.
•Frequency. Students need to know that starting a company isn't as rare as they might think, so they shouldn't be afraid to try.
•Opportunity. That means learning to
recognize when you have a great idea — and when you don't. Being the
18th person to open a nail care salon in an already crowded market is a crummy idea.
Which provide fairly good list and those are the items that can be learned from school or through book. In addition, I think the other portion of risk taking, self-drive, and opportunity search can also be taught. It is just matter of how desperate and dedicated each individual is. I believe that Entrepreneurs are self-taught, not borned.
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