We will get into the nuts and bolts of how entrepreneurs think in a minute, but let's begin with a story that you might have read in a business magazine a couple of years back.
Hard work, relentless determination, and the willingness to go it alone has allowed H. Harriet Harrison to carve out a new niche in one of the fastest-growing food markets—and has made her extremely rich in the process.
By Charles M. Wilheim
Before answering, H. (for Hillary) Harriet Harrison stole a quick look at the framed stock certificate hanging on the wall of her office just outside Bozeman, Montana.
"It is amazing, isn't it," she said. "For three years—1,058 days, to be exact, I kept track—I lived on nothing ...