10 Signs You’re Meant to be an Entrepreneur

10 Signs You’re Meant to be an Entrepreneur

It’s not uncommon for people to possess certain characteristics without knowing why they do. Most often it is because they have some innate qualities that will serve their life purpose, including becoming a successful entrepreneur. Here are 10 signs that you’re meant to be an entrepreneur.

1. Risk Taker
If you are not moved by taking risks, it’s indicative of your bravery, determination and persistence, with which many entrepreneurs can identify.

2. Need Filler
You may have already heard that if you see a need that needs to be met, you may have to be the one to take action and get the job done. With an entrepreneurial mindset, you’re bound to see what others can’t see. Not only are you drawn to the need, but you immediately begin figuring out the best way to solve the problem.

3. Smart Problem-solving Skills
Thinking in ways that lead to new discoveries is natural for you if you’re meant to be an entrepreneur. You think of smart and witty ways to address problems. This leads to smart problem-solving skills that are needed for successful business ventures.

4. Think Outside the Box
Subsequent to your smart problem-solving skills, you also think outside the box. This allows you to permit your imagination to go where others are afraid to.

5. Creative Minded
The ability to think outside the norm also paves the path for creativity and smart inventions.

6. Take-charge Personality
This trait is evident in most entrepreneurs from an early age. Even if it comes across as something negative to others, it serves as a strength when used wisely.

7. Goes Against the Odds
The ability to oppose the status quo and go against the odds, without worrying about the ‘what ifs’, means that you are willing to forge your way through to the next level of success.

8. Different
Being ‘different’ is not new to entrepreneurs. It’s a sign of seeing things differently, which often affects your overall personality.

9. Unstoppable
Persistence and perseverance will cause you to not stop trying, despite failures.

10. Not Afraid of Losses
As a true entrepreneur, you’re convinced that experiencing losses is not the end.

Having an entrepreneurial spirit is usually a part of an individual’s makeup. This trait may have to be nurtured. If you find yourself acting in any of the above ways, you may be on your way to becoming an entrepreneur.

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Jonah Engler

Former Stock Broker and Financial Expert, Jonah Engler is a New York City based entrepreneur who writes about entrepreneurship, investing, public relations, and other topics that fascinate him. Engler explores Entrepreneurship through his Mobile Phone Franchises in the NYC area.