Habits Of Successful Entrepreneurs [Infographic]

I have talked to so many people about being an entrepreneur, and what it takes to take something from an idea to a working concept. What I have come to learn is that there are more people in the world who give up than there are people who stay dedicated no matter what they face. It’s through trial and error that you gain experience. We can learn quite a lot from the habits of successful entrepreneurs, and that is the subject I want to touch on in this article.

Being an entrepreneur is far from being the dream profession that most people think it is. There are positive sides to it, no doubt, but there are also a lot of negative sides that could easily overshadow the positive. It’s when we look at the habits of successful entrepreneurs that we see that it takes a certain personality in order to succeed. The three most important traits of successful entrepreneurs are fluid intelligence, openness and agreeableness. Without those, you will find a problem at each crossing you encounter.

I am usually very picky when I choose infographics to write about since I want them to be both informational as well as visually appealing. However, every once in a while I stumble over information that is great, but the execution of the infographic itself is somewhat of an eyesore. Well, this one is one of those, but it presents some great information and statistics. It’s called Habits Of Successful Entrepreneurs: Or Why They Fail, and it is presented by Sarabeth Berk.

It’s utterly important to know what kind of road bumps you will come across during your strive to become one of the few really successful entrepreneurs out there. Once you come across them, that’s when all your personal traits will come to work. That’s when you will know whether you are made out of the right stuff. The chance that a first time entrepreneur succeeds is as a little 18%. It’s not a very assuring percentage, I know. But if you put your mind to it, you will succeed.

You just have to know that the words “dedication” and “problem” can be used together in order to keep treading forward. If you strive to become one of the really successful entrepreneurs in the world, the information in this infographic could very well help you find the positivity needed to succeed. Just remember, doubt is your enemy and vision is your ally.

Sarabeth Berk’s Habits Of Successful Entrepreneurs


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