Entrepreneurs can be distinguished from common business persons by just looking at the way they build wealth or capital. As capital or equity is increased by performing well in business to make profits, entrepreneurs focus on value and other things that can bring them lasting benefits, while typical businessmen focus on activities that can give them instant money and profits. Entrepreneurs build wealth like a tree – they plant it slowly but enjoy its fruits in the long-term. This quality provides them a long-lasting wealth that generates passive income, rather than an active income that needs to be worked out constantly to generate. This is also the reason why entrepreneurs have more chance to share their wealth to others than the typical businessmen. Entrepreneurs grow like a tree of wealth and they are generous to share their fruits to others. So if you want to claim the title of an entrepreneur, then grow like a tree and have generosity.