Four signs which show that you have a hidden entrepreneur in you

Stuck in the 9 to 5 rut, you might feel like you don’t possess any skills required by an entrepreneur to start-up.

However, there might be certain qualities which are innate or core to your personality which qualify you to become a successful entrepreneur which you aren’t aware of.

Here are four signs which show that you can become a great entrepreneur:

1. Hate working under a boss

You are not the kind of person to take orders from people; you like to be your own boss and work according to the timings and deadlines you set for yourself. Added to that, if you possess great leadership skills worthy of leading a team towards a single focus, you are an entrepreneur in the making.

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2. Don’t like the 9-5 environment

The normal 9-5 job timings and environment are not for you; you feel trapped and claustrophobic in those conditions and often like setting your own deadlines which you find easier to adhere to. An entrepreneur needs to be able to dedicate long working hours to a cause s/he is committed to in order to be a successful one.

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3. You are passionate about innovating

You believe that necessity is the mother of all inventions and this fuels your innate need to constantly innovate solutions to the existing problems. When you see a problem, you look for a solution in the most unique way possible. This skill is crucial for an entrepreneur as you constantly need to innovate in order to sustain in a competitive environment and make your company bigger and more successful.

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4. You believe in being a creative thinker

Unless innovation is supported by creative thinking, you cannot aspire to start your own enterprise. If you are a creative thinker who spots problems and finds solutions to them in the most creative and out-of-the-box way possible, you are fit to become an entrepreneur. Your idea needs to be creative and uncommon in order to appeal to your target group and gain success.

If you possess the skills/attributes mentioned above, stop wasting time and start something of your own!

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Niharika Nandi

Author: Niharika Nandi

Aspiring start-up writer who loves traveling. I'm also a self-confessed potterhead and a professional bathroom singer who likes to bake and devour hazelnut shakes in my free time.

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