Are you curious about whether you would make it as an entrepreneur? Wondering how you would cope and what you would be like if you decided to start your own business? Being an entrepreneur is definitely not for the faint of heart, but it does open up the amazing opportunity to run with your ideas and see if they will actually work.
1. The wanna-be entrepreneur
Aspiring entrepreneurs often don’t even start up. This type likes calling themselves an entrepreneurs, chasing the glory and status of being the next big success story. These people are wantrepreneurs.
2. The passionate entrepreneur
This entrepreneur hasn’t “made it” but they will, no matter what. They see the value in entrepreneurship, they see that success is possible without copying, and they do everything they can to start or grow their business.
3. The copycat entrepreneur
This entrepreneur sees the success of others and tries to copy them exactly. Their website is the same, their business cards are the same, and the way they present themself is the carbon copy of a leader in their industry.
4. The innovative entrepreneur
Innovative entrepreneurs are the prime movers of the economy. The innovative entrepreneur helps to overcome two types of institutional friction. Innovative ideas can make a splash, but entrepreneurs are more likely to create value, change the world, and make profits.
5. The doubtful entrepreneur
This entrepreneur sees the success of others and immediately starts to question it. They examine that person’s business and looks for the “lucky” breaks, or inheritance they think that successful entrepreneur received.