But reflection alone is never going to be enough. Change requires a changer, a someone who acts in order to alter the way things are. This someone could be called an entrepreneur. Today entrepreneurship is usually associated with economic activities, and entrepreneurs are typically defined as anyone who owns or directs a company. But there is no good reason why a definition of the term should be this narrowly constrained. Entrepreneur, from the French entreprendre, ‘to embark upon,’ ‘to set out on,’ ‘to undertake,’ is simply anybody who embarks on or undertakes activities not embarked on or undertaken by others. Or in the vocabulary introduced above, an entrepreneur is somebody who acts on the potentialities that reflection has revealed; somebody who brings things into the world which previously did not exist. Thus understood, entrepreneurship is not limited to the field of economics but can be found in any walk of life.