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ALISON: Characteristics of the Successful Entrepreneur

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  • Ariana Stearns United Kingdom I always thought of an entrepreneur as someone who has an opportunistic mindset - someone who executes plans and ventures of their own design instead of waiting for someone else to follow.
    2015-03-27 01:03:41

  • Beatriz Dias Divino Brazil An enterpreneur is a person who engages in new projects and innovations, who makes plans, and executes them. You dont need to have your own business to be an enterpreneur, as you pretty much can engage in doing new things for the company you work as an employee.
    2015-03-25 21:03:37

  • Ilyas KARA OMAR Algeria An entrepreneur is a person who has his own job or business.
    2015-03-23 22:03:09

  • Mpeza Chizawu Zambia An entrepreneur is a person who starts up his or her own business. I can conquer that entrepreneurship is indeed a means to an end.
    2015-03-23 08:03:22

  • Aye Aye Kyi Myanmar An entrepreneur is a person who does own business.
    2015-03-20 12:03:22

  • Richard sylver Jamaica An entrepreneur is someone who creates/starts and/or manages a business.
    2015-03-19 14:03:00

  • Samson Ikpi United Kingdom An entrepreneur is some one that could go to the extreme to achieve his or her goals
    2015-03-19 12:03:37

  • Cindy Smith United States of America I suppose I could agree that for some people it is a means to an end, but I have always wanted to start my own business.
    2015-03-16 20:03:52

  • Jade Barron South Africa I agree with entrepreneurship being a means to an end, I only started thinking about and possibly venturing into the uncertainty that is self-employment do to the lack of jobs available.
    2015-03-16 13:03:47

  • Binta Gbujie United States of America I think being an Entrepreneur is a career, but this is my personal thought.
    2015-03-13 22:03:35

  • HemmingLeah . United Kingdom If you do not think of yourself as an 'entrepreneur' then what is your occupation? And where does being an entrepreneur come into your business?
    2015-03-13 10:03:37

  • HemmingLeah . United Kingdom It's clear to see that entrepreneurship isn't a career choice, I personally think it's a way of life and how your brain works. I believe whatever business venture you choose to take is up to you. And being an entrepreneur is merely how you approach the venture.
    2015-03-13 09:03:31

  • Erik Maguina United States of America When does an entrepreneur stop being one and is simply a small business owner? Aren't they the same?
    2015-03-11 14:03:35

  • Erik Maguina United States of America An entrepreneur is a visionary that has the sense of drive to carry out their entrepreneurial vision.
    2015-03-11 14:03:52

  • Imonikhe Justina Nigeria A entrepreneur is a person that is involved in snall or middle scale business that can lead to job creation in the community and society at large
    2015-03-09 12:03:56

  • Stephanie Dairsow [[]] This is an exciting course to learn.
    2015-03-07 00:03:08

  • David Tembo Zambia An entrepreneur is a person who takes risks
    2015-03-03 18:03:58

    • Aslen Erina Indonesia ok
      2015-03-06 06:03:54
  • Nishyirembere Patrick Rwanda An Entrepreneur is someone who is looking for questions into opportunities and who is risk averse in order to create job's for others instead of looking for job. He or she usually working to satisfy the needs of his or her surrounding.
    2015-03-03 08:03:05

  • ahmed diabi Algeria a go person
    2015-03-01 19:03:15

  • Akinremi Olumide [[]] Am akinremi olumide. Pls is there any meeting point beetwen enterprenuering skills intrest and oppoutunity. Thanks
    2015-02-28 04:02:44

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