Boris Goldstein - Characteristics of Successful Entrepreneurs


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Boris Goldstein - A few guidelines may help those with a good idea become successful entrepreneurs. The following insights can help you embark on your next entrepreneurial venture with due diligence.


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Characteristics Of Successful Entrepreneurs :

Greater New York City Area Characteristics Of Successful Entrepreneurs Boris Goldstein

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Boris Goldstein - Risk Taking Entrepreneurs are  risk takers  ready to dive deep into a future of uncertainty. But not all risk takers are successful entrepreneurs.

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Boris Goldstein - Passion & Motivation The one word that describes the basic requirement for an entrepreneurship venture is “Passion. .

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Self-belief , Hard work & Disciplined Dedication Entrepreneurs enjoy what they do. They believe in themselves and are confident and dedicated to their project. Occasionally, they may show stubbornness in their intense focus on it.

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Boris Goldstein - Adaptability & Flexibility It’s good to be passionate or even stubborn about what you do. But being inflexible about client or market needs will lead to failure. Remember, an entrepreneurial venture .

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Understand Your Offering – And Its Market Entrepreneurs know their product offering inside and out. They also know the marketplace and its dynamics inside and out. .

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  Boris Goldstein - Money Management Entrepreneurs know their product offering inside and It takes time to get to profitability for any entrepreneurial venture. Till then, capital is limited and needs to be utilized wisely .

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  Boris Goldstein -  Planning (But not Over-planning) Entrepreneurship is about building a business from scratch while managing limited resources (including time, money and personal relationships).

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  Boris Goldstein -   Networking Abilities Many people seek comfort in commiseration: friends, colleagues and neighbors are happy to complain with you about "the global slowdown,” poor demand, or unfair competition ;

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Boris Goldstein -   Being Prepared to Take the Exit Not every attempt will result in success. The failure rate of entrepreneurial ventures is very high. At times, it is absolutely fine to take the “practical” exit route .

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Entrepreneurs Doubt Themselves – But Not Too Much You may ask yourself, am I an entrepreneur? And the very question may put you in doubt about the answer. Even if you don't have the flair of Steve Jobs or the hair of Elon Musk,