Like peanut butter and chocolate! Laurel and Hardy! Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard!
(You get it, right? Two great things that are better together?)
One obvious part of being a professional musician is the same as being an entrepreneur; being pulled together and able to kick ass in what is essentially a pitch meeting, an audition. But Fast Company makes a more robust case for musicianship skills translating into entrepreneurship. The author talks about the solitary skills that B-school teaches; business plans, role-playing, etc; but the communication, responsiveness, and fluidity that musical training demand give us critical skills for success.
Pretty cool, huh? Now go write that business plan!