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Let’s admit it, everyone feels the need to be an entrepreneur at least once in their life time. While the reasons could be varied from a bad manager to a monotonous job, the objective remains the same. They want to enjoy the power. Little do they know that their own personality would affect the type of entrepreneur they might turn into! Here’s an opportunity for a brief self-analysis. Take the quiz and find out what kind of entrepreneur you are:
So what did you get? Multitaskpreneur? Passivepreneur? Don’t fret; you’re not alone.
In recent years, we have witnessed strange surge of entrepreneurs and startups in almost every industry. However, entrepreneur is a generic term that does not speak much about the enterprise or idea of the startup. We will take you closer to the understanding that you don’t become an entrepreneur merely out of luck. It’s a process of inner transformation that requires self-reflection abilities and leadership qualities. Sometimes, it is the stage of the entrepreneurial venture that determines what kind of entrepreneur you are.
This post has been inspired by Hannah Corbett , a copywriter and content marketer who gives out a glossary of entrepreneurs and defines them as they exist in the world today but have failed to categorize. It is indeed a clever means of differentiation for entrepreneurs and SMEs that are on the brink of introducing revolutionary ideas. Check out how we’ve visualized the glossary in graphics.
So which kind of entrepreneur are you? If you fall under an entirely different category suggest a name and we’ll be delighted to include it.
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