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Definition of an Entrepreneur, DNA for entrepreneurship — 12 Comments

  1. Thank you very much endeed for contributing such a noble idea. This shows what entreprenuer is all about.I hope after reading this many people will be initated to think over and start working on new business as a new entreprenuer,and will be confident enough and a risk takers.Thank you again for your helpfullness in sharing your knowledge positively.

    • It’s my pleasure, Haddis, I wish you a lot of success creating a successful website, and when you are in need of an education about building an online business, please check out this link to the Wealthy Affiliate University, you can create a free account with instant access. Have a great day! Loes

  2. Loes,

    You are a wealth of information! I have been following your blogs and so appreciate the tech saavy tips you offer again and again. I think #16 is what sets people apart. So many think they have all the answers and it would be so much easier to just ask for help. I would add one more to your list – mentorship. Many successful entrepreneurs are available and happy to take you under their wing. Wealthy Affiliate certainly provides that on many levels. Keep up the good work, Loes!

    • Hi Judy, thank you for your extensive reply. Yes #16 the willingness to learn. Keep youself openminded:) I like your suggestion of mentorship, but then again, in that case you are not only your own boss, but you have employes to mentor. A Jewish saying, when you wish somebody bad luck, is: I wish you a lot of employes! Loes

  3. Hi Loes! I love your ideas and your enthusiasm. The layout of your website is eye catching and should inspire others to follow in your footsteps! Keep up the great work!

  4. hi Loes
    wow this is great! So many good qualities to have here. I think that to be an entrepreneur, one has to think outside the box and maybe even stand out a bit in a crowd. If one just wants to think inside the box, then it is not going to work. Creativity, openness, and a lot of work is required. And patience! I have a lot of it but even I sometimes want to give up. But as I have a vision that provides motivation, I keep at it

    • Hello Emily, keep your eyes pointed towards the horizon. Vision and patience is a very good combination, along with enthusiasm and hard work, you have allready 80% of the skills you need I guess:) Keep on going, greetings Loes

  5. Hi Loes,

    Hard work seems to be the key, but you need to be fluid with it. Evolution should be constant. The points you make in this post will help people go a long way hopefully.

    Cheers, Tony.

    • Hi Tony, thank you for your reply, a lot of people don’t realize what’s neccesairy to run your own business, one skill you deffinitelly need to have is perseverance, and sometimes you need a long, long breath, success with your owned business, greetings Loes

  6. This post really made me think, I’ve always wanted to think about myself as an entrepreneur, It’s not about the money for me, it’s the freedom that it would bring.I can relate to quite a few of the traits of an entrepreneur that you’ve outline above.
    Patience, self belief, discipline, are the ones I can relate to most, but the one that’s holding me back is the first ‘spot a need’. I think this is something I’ve always struggled with and why I’m not successful yet Any tips on finding a gap in the market? Every idea I’ve ever had someone has already filled, how can I compete?

    • Hi Lee, thank you for your comment, the gap in the market:) everything what annoys you can be that gap. When you are annoyed over something, you have to start thinking, how can this be bettered, what do I need to let this work without me getting upset. That how innovation is born. Success Lee!

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