What are the typical characteristics of an entrepreneur?
They are usually highly creative. They have visionary ideas. They are also daring decision makers. They like to take risks.
They seek independence and freedom. Does this sound like you?
Joe Sugarman says that a true entrepreneur is a person who makes a lot of money, loses it all and makes it all back again. He reveals some more traits of the “typical” entrepreneur in this video, filmed at the Titanium Mastermind in Los Cabos, Mexico.
THE TYPICAL ENTREPRENEUR
Entrepreneurs are not infallible. They have some flaws as well.
They tend to bristle under authoritarian figures. They have a moderate need for power and to be the one in control.
They may come up with great imaginative ideas, but sometimes they have trouble letting these ideas go. Sometimes they are rigid, stubborn and resist change.
They are not always the best managers, either. Often they are dominating and can be difficult to work with. Other times, they are too wrapped up in their own projects to be worrying about others.
THERE ARE NO EXCUSES
A study found that the average entrepreneur is a male between ages 30 and 35. But this is changing.
With the internet, anyone can be an entrepreneur. You can be any race, color, creed, nationality, gender and age. With the internet, there are no excuses.
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