Entrepreneurs and managers do think differently

This article discusses an MIT study, which showed that when making “explorative choices,” self-described entrepreneurs were more likely to use both the right and left sides of their frontal cortex than self-described managers, who used mainly the left side.  The left side of the brain is associated with logic and structured thinking, and the right side is associated with creativity and emotion.  The question now is, do entrepreneurs’ brains function this way because of the kind of decisions they are making, or are people with these more coherent brains more likely to become entrepreneurs?