The Entrepreneurial Attitude: Lessons From Junior Achievement's 100 Years Of Developing Young Entrepreneurs

The Entrepreneurial Attitude: Lessons From Junior Achievement's 100 Years Of Developing Young Entrepreneurs

by Larry Farrell

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781260026702
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 04/20/2018
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 1,242,659
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

Larry C. Farrell founded The Farrell Company, a global firm that has trained more than six million people in entrepreneurship at universities, companies and in government projects. His company has served clients ranging from IBM, American Express, Citibank, and Coca-Cola to the Confederation of Indian Industry, Africa Partnership for Economic Development, and China Vocational Education Association. He lives with his wife Sylvia in Virginia and Arizona. Visit his website at: www.TheSpiritOfEnterprise.com.

Foreword by Asheesh Advani, President and CEO of JA Worldwide, which has been delivering cutting-edge, experiential learning in the field of entrepreneurship for more than a century. With offices in more than 100 countries and a worldwide network of over 400,000 volunteers, JA reaches more than 10 million young people annually.

www.jaworldwide.org


Table of Contents

Foreword: Asheesh Advani, CEO, JA Worldwide
Acknowledgments
Introduction: Getting the Entrepreneurial Attitude — Why It's So Important for Young People in Today's Global Economy
Part 1: The Four Fundamental Practices of the World's Great Entrepreneurs
Chapter 1: Sense of Mission — Creating an Entrepreneurial Strategy and Culture
Chapter 2: Customer/Product Vision — My Customer, My Product, My Self-Respect
Chapter 3: High-Speed Innovation — The Necessity to Invent, the Freedom to Act
Chapter 4: Self-Inspired Behavior — Love What You Do and Get Very Good At Doing It
Chapter 5: What's Really Required — The Three Requirements
Part 2: JA's Seven Competencies: The Entrepreneurial Attitude in Action
Chapter 6: Goal Orientation and Initiative: Having a Self-Starting Nature and Proactive Approach
Chapter 7: Leadership and Responsibility: Taking Ownership of a Project, Group, or Task
Chapter 8: Creativity: Engaging Imagination to Create and Innovate
Chapter 9: Teamwork: Cooperating and Working with Others to Achieve a Common Goal
Chapter 10: Perseverance: Completing Tasks and Goals Despite Difficulties or Delays
Chapter 11: Resourcefulness: Observing Situations and Skillfully Addressing Difficulties
Chapter 12: Self-Efficacy: Having Belief or Confidence in Your Ability to Succeed
Conclusion: The Entrepreneurial Attitude — Doing Something Great With Your Life!
Applications: My Entrepreneurial Start-Up Action Plan
Index

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