An aspiring entrepreneur wonders if academic training in running a business will pay off.
Spate, Orange, Calif.
I am a sophomore in community college. My dream is to launch my own business someday. Now that it's time to choose a major, I'm debating if I should go to a prestigious school and major in entrepreneurial studies or major in engineering or something else to acquire a set of skills first, since I will most likely work for a company and build up some capital before I can open a business. What do you think? Is majoring in entrepreneurship a good choice?
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I have a business in theory, but haven't seen any action in it. I'm working full-time in my former trade while I wait for my business to take off. I'm not sure where to get help - when is it time to hire a business coach? What should I look for in a coach, MORE
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