It is not enough to have an entrepreneur's mind set, becoming the entrepreneur is what really matters. Possessing the mindset is a good start but somebody said, 'Failure can be divided into those who thought and never did and those who did and never thought.'
This where the tyre meets the road, to go from merely thinking like an entrepreneur to becoming one continues with you finding a need and filling it, P-E-R-I-O-D. Successful entrepreneurs worldwide have had this as a secret because the fortunes they amassed wasn't given to them by idle talk or by rubbing Alaadin's magic lamp with the genie granting them three wishes, rather they went out to search for what people needed the most and sold it to them at an affordable price. Imagine one million people who need milk and you supply it to them making $1 profit, let me leave you to calculate the profit.
If we were to dissect the world's richest people in attempt to discover what makes them tick, what we'll discover is that they go meeting the needs of people. Zig Ziglar was so precise when he said, 'You'll get all you want from life if only you'll help enough people get what they want'. Dr Mike Murdock said, 'What you make happen for others, God will make happen for you'.
Henry Heinz, the American son of German immigrants is a household name because as a little boy, he would help housewives by selling home made vegetables at an affordable price. There was no stopping him from there on as he went on to make, salad creams, baked beans, ketchup and a lot of other products under the Heinz brand. Two American students on holidays to Delhi saw two different sights, one saw the suffering people of India but the other saw they had no shoes on, discovering this he went back and made an affordable sandal and sold it making him a fortune in the shortest of time.
In conclusion, you become an entrepreneur by meeting needs and you discover needs with your mind or by listening to people, that is yet another way to become an entrepreneur