An entrepreneur is a person who comes up with and runs their own business. But there are many different types of entrepreneurs. Such as Small business, Home based, Inventors, and Serial entrepreneurs. A small business entrepreneur is usually a local business that has 500 people or less. A home based entrepreneur is also a small business but they are mainly run from a home. A online business can be any size small, home, and even large but the main difference is that it is run only online. And the last type of is a serial entrepreneur. This type of entrepreneur comes up with many ideas and then sells them off to the highest bidder, so that they can come up with even more ideas. Now you are probably thinking there has to be some qualities to an entrepreneur that make them so successful. Well there are many qualities that entrepreneurs have such as passion, because passion is the thing that drives them to work hard. Self-confidence is another good quality, self-confidence is what lets entrepreneurs have the ability to show their ideas to the world. Independent thinking is what lets entrepreneurs think outside the box and think of things that others can’t come up with. Being optimistic gives entrepreneurs hope that all of their ideas will be good if they keep working at it. Also entrepreneurs have to be focused, because without focus they would never get anything done. To become an entrepreneur you need to have all the characteristics said above, also you need to have a great idea a plan. Once you have all of these you need a way to execute your plan. The entrepreneur i have picked is Bill Gates the creator and Co-founder of Microsoft. Bill Gates has a net worth of 92.5 billion, he made this all of his money by investing in many different things. The way Bill Gates became an entrepreneur is because he and another person named Paul Allen combined their skills in computer programming. In 1972 they founded their first company named Traf-O-Data. In 1975 Paul was inspired and started working on a BASIC interpreter for a device. Then MIT had requested a demonstration of the interpreter, but they didn’t have one. So Paul worked on a simulator for the altair while Bill developed the interpreter, which it all worked flawless. Then MIT decided to distribute it and then on April 4th, 1975 Microsoft was created. That is when Microsoft entered the Operating system business in 1980 with its own version of Unix called Xenix, but then it was MS-DOS solidified the company’s dominance. Then in 1985 Microsoft released Microsoft windows which was a graphical extension for MS-DOS. Then on Microsoft moved its headquarters to redmond and they also went public with the resulting rise in stock making an estimated four billion. In 1995 Microsoft began to redefine its offerings and expand its product line into computer networking and the World Wide Web. The company released Windows 95 featuring preemptive multitasking. On January 13, 2000, Bill Gates handed over the position of CEO to Steve Ballmer, who was an old college friend of his and employee of the company since 1980.