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Sunday, February 22, 2004
PowerBlog Review: The Enrepreneurial Mind

Editor's note: This is the third in our popular weekly series of PowerBlog Reviews of other weblogs...

Looking for a weblog covering topics of interest to entrepreneurs? Try the Entrepreneurial Mind from Dr. Jeffrey R. Cornwall, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at Belmont University in Nashville Tennessee.

This blog went active in July 2003 and since September, has averaged a new post about every two days. It is divided into nine categories. The most interesting of these appear to be Entrepreneurial Myths, Ethics and Values, and Public Policy and Entrepreneurship.

Like all good blogs there is a touch of personal idiosyncrasy. In Dr. Cornwall's case, it's his golf-as-metaphor-for-entrepreneurship bent. So far there are only two postings in his Golf category, but the concept holds promise.

The Entrepreneurial Mind is a nicely laid out and organized blog with a lot of good information. Anyone interested in entrepreneurship and entrepreneurs will find it a worthwhile read.

The power of the Entrepreneurial Mind blog lies in Cornwall's wide-ranging exploration of entrepreneurship and the management of enterprises. Regular readers of the blog benefit from Cornwall's exposure to the latest magazine and journal articles as well as his ongoing study of what makes a successful entrepreneur and a winning business.

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