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Tim HuntleyTim Huntley, Entrepreneur, Advisor AnEntrep... (more)
Spend you time developing domain expertise and authority (ideally related to your major), learn how to sell, build a small side-business that could grow into something larger, and don't waste your time writing pie-in-the-sky business plans and then believe you have learned something about business.

I wrote a post on this topic earlier this week:  Starting a Business as a Student