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  • 1. Entrepreneur Marketing Consultant
  • 2. There are heaps of entrepreneurs hardlyconcentrating on one business venture. And entrepreneurs primary objective is to earn money so they will try to venture into all kinds of businesses as long as it provides aprofit. Also, according to many experts who studied various entrepreneurs, if you can think like an entrepreneur you have a high chance of succeeding in any form of business.
  • 3. Mindset of an entrepreneur it is ofteninstructive to analyze the experiences that have formed our attitudes toward entrepreneurship. A recent study showed that 70% of business startups were by aperson who had an entrepreneurial parent.
  • 4. The U.S. Small Business Administration has developed a Checklist for Going into Business that leads the prospectiveentrepreneur through a skills inventory that includes supervisory and/or managerialexperience, business education, knowledgeabout the specific business of interest, andwillingness to acquire the missing necessary skills. A commitment to filling any knowledge or experience gap is a very positive indicator of success.
  • 5. Personal characteristics required, accordingto the SBA, include leadership, decisiveness, and competitiveness. Important factors in personal style include will power, and self- discipline, comfort with the planning process, and with working with others. Can you objectively rate yourself in these dimensions?
  • 6. Peter F. Drucker, author of Innovation andEntrepreneurship, says that anybody from any organization can learn how to be anentrepreneur, that it is “systematic work.”But there is a difference between learning how to be, and succeeding as an entrepreneur.
  • 7. When a person earns a degree in physics, hebecomes a physicist, says Morton Kamien, a professor of entrepreneurship atNorthwestern University. But if you were to earn a degree in entrepreneurship, that wouldnt make you an entrepreneur.
  • 8. We are all self-employed. The reasons commonly given for people going intobusiness for themselves are: freedom from a work routine; being your own boss; doing what you want when you want; boredomwith the current job; financial desires and a perceived opportunity. Which of these might be sufficient to get you to take the risk?
  • 9. Several “yardsticks” have been proposed for measuring whether a person is a likely candidate to be a successful entrepreneur, but the real challenge is in accurately applying them to ourselves.
  • 10. We are all self-employed; even as employees of a firm, we are still primarily personal career managers. Trends toward downsizing and outsourcing will almostcertainly lead to smaller companies utilizing networks of specialists. Fortune magazinesuggests that “Almost everyone, up through the highest ranks of professionals, will feelincreased pressure to specialize, or at least to package himself or herself as a marketable portfolio of skills.”
  • 11. No matter what job they have entrepreneurs will never be truly happy until they are working for themselves - working on their own projects. And the mindset of the individual is very important in order to become one of the successful entrepreneurs.
  • 12. If you think that you dont possess theproper mindset, you must learn to develop itas soon as possible especially if you want tohandle a business in the future. By exerting some effort to develop your mindset, you can succeed. Marketing Consultant