They inspire, but they also intimidate. We are taking about the successful entrepreneurs.
But do you have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur?
Search for “entrepreneurial traits” into Google and the search engine will deliver you with a long list of traits. Hari Shankar Tibrewala, who is into entrepreneurship for almost 2 decades now, says entrepreneurs can surface at any stage of life and from any area, and they come in all personality types.
Working on a venture or starting on the own entrepreneurship is tricky. Entrepreneurs who can avoid saying people have a better chance of finding their market and survive their predictable mistakes. This trait is known by many names such as persistence, perseverance, commitment, determination, etc.
It’s normally assumed that successful entrepreneurs are driven by money. But most will tell you they are fuelled by a passion for their service or product, by the chance to solve a problem and make life easier, better, cheaper for the people.
“I believed that I was on the side of truth and something good is happening for the country,” Hari Shankar Tibrewala explains while commenting on his agro-based venture in South African countries. “I feel at a core level that this is my destiny to help create a better food system for the local people.”
According to Tibrewala, entrepreneurs need to realize their talents and create a steady effort to cultivate them to full fruition.
Are these two traits in you? There is only one way to find out.