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 n.— «The innerpreneur is someone who is basically an entrepreneur but who is working for the sole purpose of personal growth and development rather than for the purpose of trying to grow a specific company.» —“Why The Economy is Great for Innerpreneurs” by Kathryn Vercillo HubPages Mar. 26, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  • This definition of an innerpreneur is not exactly accurate. An innerpreneur is an entrepreneur who starts a business to find personal fulfillment (spiritually, emotionally, creatively) and make a positive difference. Basically, it’s meaningful capitalism — business as a means to improve yourself and the world.

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