BUSINESSCULTURE
BUSINESSCULTURE

Entrepreneurs don't have a special gene for risk—they're rich kids with safety nets

Published: November 12, 2019  |  2 min read, 454 words
qz.comAimee Groth
We’re in an era of the cult of the entrepreneur. We analyze the Tory Burches and Evan Spiegels of the world looking for a magic formula or set of personality traits that lead to success. Entrepreneurship is on the rise, and more students coming out of business schools are choosing startup life over Wall Street. But what often gets lost in these conversations is that the most common shared trait among entrepreneurs is access to financial capital—family money, an inheritance, or a pedigree and connections that allow for access to financial stability. While it seems that entrepreneurs tend to... READ MORE
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