Author and small business guru Allon Raiz says entrepreneurs are not one homogeneous group of people.
He explains that there is a difference between survivalists, lifestyle entrepreneurs and growth entrepreneurs.
Raiz has spoken out against the idea that entrepreneurs are made after attending short training courses.
He also believes that a solid business plan alone cannot ensure success.
Raiz is the founder of business incubator Raizcorp and wrote two bestselling entrepreneurial books – 'Lose the Business Plan' and 'What to Do When You Want to Give Up'.
There's no such thing as an entrepreneur.— Allon Raiz, founder and CEO of Raizcorp
Entrepreneurs are not two-minute noodles. You can't go on a course over a weekend and pop out as an entrepreneur. It just doesn't happen that way.— Allon Raiz, founder and CEO of Raizcorp
To me, all business plans look the same... It is not a determinant of success or failure.— Allon Raiz, founder and CEO of Raizcorp
Entrepreneurs precipitate when the conditions are right.— Allon Raiz, founder and CEO of Raizcorp
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