This chapter focuses on entrepreneurs and addresses how different they are/need to be from a “normal” executive. Drawing on input from successful entrepreneurs interviewed by the author—including Brent Hoberman, Julietta Dexter, and Sir Peter Bazalgette—the chapter briefly outlines the key characteristics required for maintaining a successful career as an entrepreneur. The key conclusions drawn are that entrepreneurs need to have a spirit of adventure—including a tendency to seize opportunities when they emerge and take risks—and the ability to be all things to all people. The author notes at the end of the chapter that there is much traditional executives can learn from entrepreneurs which may prevent them from getting stuck behind the car in front.