Should You Be An Entrepreneur?

Should you join the millions of people every year who take the plunge and start their first ventures? Daniel Isenberg, a former entrepreneur and management practice professor, examines the personal qualities and mind set that tend to be common amongst the successfully self-employed.

Daniel further states, which caught my eye, on the average, people who set up their own businesses don’t make more money, although a few do succeed in grabbing the brass ring. But the “psychic benefits” — the challenge, autonomy, recognition, excitement, and creativity — make it all worthwhile.

Take the 2–minute Isenberg Entrepreneur Test, to help you find out.

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