Bill Aulet is convinced anyone can be an entrepreneur. The director of the Martin Trust Center For MIT Entrepreneurship recently published a how-to for budding business owners to guide them through the ups and downs of launching anything from an Internet start-up to a pizza shop: “Disciplined Entrepreneurship: 24 steps to a successful startup.” Aulet, a former IBM executive who also helped launch several start-ups, spoke to the Globe’s Michael Farrell.
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