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6 Characteristics Of An Entrepreneur

Posted by trinda On November - 5 - 2012

6  Characteristics Of An Entrepreneur.

  1. You’re passionate. Passion counts for a lot when it comes to being an entrepreneur. Without it, you will fail before you even start. There was a saying I once heard “if you light yourself on fire they will come from miles around to watch you burn”. This is passion.
  2. You’re always looking for opportunities. Entrepreneurs are opportunity-seekers. Everything is an opportunity. You do however have to be cautious and understand you are only one person and can only do so many things. For many entrepreneurs and good way of staying focused and not chasing every squirrel is to look for a good proven system.
  3. You want to live your work. Work isn’t a means to an end. It isn’t a way of collecting a paycheck and going home.. You want to experience something more than shuffling to the office at 8am, leaving at 5pm and forgetting what happened for that day. You’re dreaming of something more than that. If you enjoy what you do then it is not really job/work.
  4. You’re dreaming miles ahead while focused on what you’re doing right now. You’re a dreamer, not a daydreamer. You’re working constantly at achieving success on the details today to build for the dream tomorrow. Maybe it is your dream to own your own business like your father did or mentor. Maybe you want to build a business to pass down to your children.
  5. You’re an ego-maniac. You look at your boss and shrug. You know things could be better, and you believe strongly in your own abilities. You’ve got a big, healthy ego. It’s not unwarranted, but it’s not proven just yet either. The biggest challenge in starting a new business is systems. You are going to be wearing the hats of 20 people and let’s face it even with a big ego you’re not that good. Look at perhaps a franchise model something that has a proven system where you can take your skills and years of experience and put them into a working proven business model. This will boost your chance for success. .
  6. You want control. You watch your boss and co-workers shuffle around each and every day and you want to rattle some chains. You know your company is not behaving or acting the right way. You don’t agree with all the corporate politics and want to have more control. You think why should I work for this guy and make 200k /year when I can do it myself, work less, have more control and keep the money in my pocket.

So, are you an entrepreneur?

Inside you there just might be an entrepreneur waiting to come out.

Only you can really answer this question. If you are considering a change of pace and want to start your own business franchising has proven again and again to give you a proven working business model where you can put your skills, passions and years of experience into that system to have success.

If you are considering a franchise as an option and want to learn more about the WSI franchise you can request further information by emailing ttresham@wsicorporate.com

 

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