The born or made debate it is a longstanding debate: are entrepreneurs made or born morrison (1999) states that the early studies of the origins of the entrepreneur, which concentrated almost entirely on emphasizing in-born personalities and motivations, assumed that the entrepreneurial flair was inherent in the individual.
For the born entrepreneur, that framework is the leadership systems to successfully run the company they have built this enterprise is built of the managers and technicians that are needed to. Entrepreneurs, social psychologists and economic theorists have all speculated whether entrepreneurs are born or made -- in other words, whether you're predisposed to become an entrepreneur due to your genetic makeup, or whether that disposition comes from your environment, conditioning or other external influences.
Nevertheless, wood’s show – and the lessons of entrepreneurs with a similar background – is a reminder that formal qualifications are not always a reliable predictor of success some people are particularly well suited to the way in which the education system operates others less so don’t write the latter group off.
Entrepreneurs are born and made, but the born part have a higher influence than the made part becoming an entrepreneur is also possible without having the characteristics needed, but you’ll probably have to face your fears.
Clearly, entrepreneurs are both made and born the question of interest is — what are born entrepreneurs born with it is my view that that they born with an inate sense of timing, that is, the are born with the ability to feel “the rhythm of business. He reckoned that an entrepreneur was 5% born with innate abilities and 95% made by life experiences many entrepreneurs get started on their path when they come up with ideas and are prevented from implementing them.