Can anybody be an entrepreneur? Probably not — but enough new people have a vision for owning their own business that they are turning America’s traditional big-company economy on its head, according to Jeffrey Cornwall, who runs the Center for Entrepreneurship at Belmont University. Many of his students already own businesses, which become “living labs” for the coursework. That immersion in real-life application of business concepts is the heart of the program at Belmont. Cornwall, who holds the Jack C. Massey Chair in Entrepreneurship at Belmont, sat down recently with Assistant Managing Editor/Business Deborah W. Fisher to talk about it. Read the whole “Executive Q&A” in the business section of the Sunday, August 28, Tennessean, or online here. To read Dr. Cornwall’s daily weblog, The Entrepreneurial Mind, click here.