If everyone thought like entrepreneurs, there would be a lot less complaining and a lot more doing. Where most people see a problem, an entrepreneur see an opportunity. This kind of thinking (find a problem and solve it) spurs innovative thinking and action.
Since many people are employees and not entrepreneurs, their mindset is different. What if employees thought of their job as their business and their employer as the client? The result would be a combination of entrepreneurialism and empowerment—or, “empowership”.