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Entrepreneurs replace “I wish” with “I will”…
Entrepreneurs replace “I wish” with “I will”…
On : May 19th, 2014By : Taskr.in

Enterpreneurship is living a few years of your life like most people won’t so that you can spend the rest of your life like most people can’t. At TASKR, you have a chance to be an entrepreneur if you have an idea and the will to implement it. We giveyou a platform to come , register , search for the job profile which interests you, charge your own credits, set up your own deadline and do it. This is what an entrepreneur does, the boss of his own work.Entrepreneur implies qualities of leadership, initiative and innovation in manufacturing, delivery, and/or services.Economist Robert Reich has called team-building, leadership and management ability essential qualities for the entrepreneur.

Traits of an entrepreneur

Tenacity

Starting a business is an ultra marathon. You have to be able to live with uncertainty and push through a crucible of obstacles for years on end. Entrepreneurs who can avoid saying uncle have a better chance of finding their market and outlasting their inevitable mistakes. This trait is known by many names–perseverance, persistence, determination, commitment, resilience–but it’s really just old-fashioned stick-to-it-iveness.

Passion

It’s commonly assumed that successful entrepreneurs are driven by money. But most will tell you they are fueled by a passion for their product or service, by the opportunity to solve a problem and make life easier, better, cheaper.

Tolerance to Ambiguity

This classic trait is the definition of risk-taking–the ability to withstand the fear of uncertainty and potential failure. “It all boils down to being able to successfully manage fear”.

Vision

One of the defining traits of entrepreneurship is the ability to spot an opportunity and imagine something what others haven’t. Entrepreneurs have a curiosity that identifies overlooked niches and puts them at the forefront of innovation and emerging fields. They imagine another world and have the ability to communicate that vision effectively to investors, customers and staff.

Self Belief

Self-confidence is a key entrepreneurial trait. You have to be crazy-sure your product is something the world needs and that you can deliver it to overcome the naysayers, who will always deride what the majority has yet to validate.

Rule Breaking

Entrepreneurs exist to defy conventional wisdom. A survey last year by Ross Levine of the University of California, Berkeley, and Yona Rubinstein of the London School of Economics found that among incorporated entrepreneurs, a combination of “smarts” and “aggressive, illicit, risk-taking activities” is a characteristic mix. This often shows up in youth as rebellious behavior, such as pot-smoking. That description would certainly hold true for some of the most famous entrepreneurs of recent years.

Flexibility

Business survival, like that of the species, depends on adaptation. Your final product or service likely won’t look anything like what you started with. Flexibility that allows you to respond to changing tastes and market conditions is essential. “You have to have a willingness to be honest with yourself and say, ‘This isn’t working.’ You have to be able to pivot”.

Do you believe you have it in you to take leadership of your own career and become an entrepreneur? We invite you to join our platform!

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