In short, no. We are beginning to see a shift in corporate firms that favors entrepreneurial employees. Really what this speaks of is a desire for professionals to have an intelligent, analytical, and creative approach to their work. The power of entrepreneurship can be harnessed in a role that doesn't peg you as the CEO or owner. However, you are still the CEO of "You Inc." Even if you don't run the company that you earn a living from, you still have the tremendous opportunity to grow your brand, value, and assets within it. As Seth Godin said, "companies are looking for and hiring people who can create their own jobs within a business now."