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The signs that prove that a person might be an Entrepreneur.

Discussion in 'General Business and Entrepreneurship' started by zyra kate, Jul 12, 2017.

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  1. zyra kate

    zyra kate Member

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    I found an interesting article online regarding Entrepreneurship, and would like to share it with everybody.

    50 Signs You Might Be an Entrepreneur
    by John Rampton, entrepreneur.com
    March 28, 2014


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  2. RolandV

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    Good share :) I might disagree with couple of them but wasn't a time waste at all. thanks once again :)
     
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    Thank you so much for your valuable feedback. Hope it's useful, I relate this article to myself & all the aspiring entrepreneurs out there.

    I totally agree with you, these qualities add up with experience as well. Thank you so much for your valuable feedback. Hope it's useful, I relate this article to myself & all the aspiring entrepreneurs out there.
     
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    Here are the signs I see most often among employees working unhappily for big companies. When I see them I encourage the individual to start their own enterprise.

    You develop the ability to cross organizational lines and make disparate groups or functional organizations work together with only your power of persuasion and your contract going for you.

    You evolve the art of directing resources without having them report to you while keeping home departments and functional bosses happy at the same time.

    You manage to convince the executives in your company that your project (s) is the most important in the firm.

    You live with the prospect that if the project is late, fails or otherwise disappoints the powers that be, replacing you will be the designated corrective action.

    You grow to crave the satisfaction that comes from succeeding at the above challenges and you would not have any other job because no other pursuit makes your day go as fast, grows you skills as sharp and totally occupies your intellect.
     

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