A couple weeks ago I read a blog about Indiana and whether we have a lack of passion in the life sciences arena. After reading what life sciences industry greats like Pete Kissinger had to say, I completely agree!
Here are a few key points that I think are important:
- If Indiana had more people like Bill Cook and Scott Jones, we’d have more of the better entrepreneurial businesses needed in the life sciences industry.
- The stateâ€™s greatest businesses are the way they are because of their ownersâ€™ passion.
- Indiana’s modest levels of entrepreneurships is due to a lack of passion.
- Serial entrepreneurs and private enterprises are the ones reinvesting in Indiana and creating new businesses.
If the lack of passion in Indiana is NOT the problem behind our prosperity struggle, then what is it?