Entrepreneurship today means start-ups, enterprise creation, capital backed venture, growth etc. While all this is entrepreneurship, the very fact that a person decided to turn entrepreneurial seems almost forgotten. Any activity arising out of one becoming entrepreneurial should be termed as entrepreneurship. But when we restrict entrepreneurial activities, research and thinking only to venture creation, we may be doing a great disservice to the inherent potential and benefits that being entrepreneurial can deliver.
So while we teach entrepreneurship in a variety of courses and make it more widely accessible as a subject, one thing that we need to encourage and instill in students is the ability to become entrepreneurial in their thinking and action. This will truly create a more vibrant society and make life more enjoyable and successful.