06 February 2013

4 Qualities of an Entrepreneur

4 Most Important Qualities of an Entrepreneur | Inc.com: " . . . 1. Intelligence . . .  Relan draws a distinction between general intelligence and "entrepreneurial intelligence." He says the latter combines a high I.Q. with street smarts. "There's a difference between an inventor and an entrepreneur," he says. An inventor isn't interested in the commercial aspects of the business. On the other hand, he says, a pure salesperson may not be right either. "There has to be a balance of the two." How can you tell if you've got the right combo? Relan counsels aspiring entrepreneurs to read four books:
Return to the Little Kingdom about Steve Jobs and Apple
Hard Drive about Bill Gates and Microsoft
The Difference Between God and Larry Ellison
Only the Paranoid Survive by Intel founder Andrew Grove . . . .
2. Attitude . . . 
3. Leadership Skills . . . 
4. Knowledge . . . "

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