The Entrepreneur Learning Initiative (ELI) defines an entrepreneur as a person who asks: “What problem do I want to solve in the world?” For ELI, an entrepreneur is someone who doesn’t follow, but designs his or her own combination of processes, relationships, and situations to optimize their individual talent to introduce a new idea.
According to ELI, 87 percent of employees are not engaged in their day-to-day work; 24 percent are actively disengaged. However, Gary Schoeniger, founder and CEO of ELI, believes that people learn this behavior. So how do individuals, businesses, school systems, and countries unlearn this?
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