If you believe that every successful entrepreneur is wired for business, you might be right. Based on the entrepreneurial ability to tolerate risk and their cognitive flexibility, scientists at Cambridge University believe it might be possible to create a pill that will stimulate entrepreneurial qualities in the average person.
So you want to be an entrepreneur? Today the first step is a solid business plan. Tomorrow it could be a bottle of pills. Cambridge University scientists made headlines last November by suggesting that an “entrepreneur drug” might someday replicate the brain chemistry seen in successful small business owners.
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