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5 Sings that You Should Become an Entrepreneur 🙋🏽‍♂️🌟

At first sight, entrepreneurs are no different from professions: they also have different backgrounds, nationalities, education, experience, and talents.

But if you look deeper, it becomes clear that they are all very similar to each other in some things — even those of them who have not yet created a single company. Here are 15 qualities typical to people who are able to launch their own business.

🙅🏽‍♂️You don't take anything for granted

An entrepreneur will never say, "Well, that's the way it works." They don't think the world has to stay the way it is. Concepts are changing. Physical laws can be subordinated to themselves. The majority opinion may be wrong.

Even if there are huge obstacles in their way, entrepreneurs know that there is a workaround — you just need to find it. The paradigm shift allows them to do what seemed impossible yesterday.

✅You like to solve problems

Natural-born founders are constantly looking for new tasks for themselves: small, large, formal, etc. When they find themselves in a situation where everything is smooth and stable, entrepreneurs will come up with "problems" to enthusiastically solve.

🧑🏽‍🏫You know how to evaluate yourself objectively

If your vocation is entrepreneurship, you are prone to self-criticism. Startuppers can continuously analyze the work results and constantly strive for self-improvement. They are always extremely honest with themselves and try to learn by mistakes, not deny them.

🧏🏽‍♂️You accept feedback

Entrepreneurs readily listen to others’ opinion. Any feedback — especially if it is criticism — is another task that needs to be solved. For them, correcting shortcomings is more important than protecting their self-esteem.

They know that comments about interpersonal relationships and personal development are much more important than feedback about the formal side of their work. The formal things are obvious.

Startuppers constantly evaluate the results of their work and find something to improve. They know better than others where and in what they fall short of the ideal.

But if you see exactly what they should fix in themselves, and tell them about it, they will be very grateful to you. You have helped them to see what they themselves were unable to notice, and now they will be able to change.

🗣You can't stand underhand games

Entrepreneurs hate underhanded games, as well as — to some extent — the people who play them. They don't understand why deceive others or try to express the "right" opinion at meetings. Their main goal is to solve complex tasks and achieve cool results.
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