How entrepreneurs stand out from the rest

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Inc. magazine ran an article last month by Leigh Buchanan called "How Entrepreneurs Think."

They set a goal and diligently find the best way to achieve it; are often good at effectual reasoning and start without concrete goals but constantly improvise and react creatively to contingencies, according to a blog by David Brooks in The New York Times.

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