So I see a lot of posts here that go along the lines of: "I want to be an entrepreneur, what can I do for a business" This got me thinking, even as a small child I could always see the potential value in everything, I have never been short on ideas on what I can turn into a business (basically everything right). Even before I started my businesses, I would pick an idea and start planning it out, identifying the weaknesses of the businesses that are all ready running and how I would be able to capitalize on that if I was to start that particular business, kind of like my own little RTS game. The goal of these was never to start the business. I just found it fun to plan out these things, by the time I finished high school I had a folder, full of potential business plans (many of them the market had died for such as pc gaming cafes (that one actually won me an award), although still highly doable in some parts of the world where people cant afford to own the latest xbox's etc), some of them would require re working in order to make them workable due to changes in the market. I feel I was born an entrepreneur, I personally don't think an entrepreneur is something you can really become, it's a part of you, a way in which you see things differently to most other people which can cause you to do things that seem crazy to anyone that doesn't share that kind of view on things. I also believe there is a big difference between a business owner and an entrepreneur, mainly in the way that the two see the opportunity's. So I thought it would be fun to get the thoughts of you guys on this.