Are you a rebel? There are features that although many consider negative, can motivate you to start a business.
Almost any article written about entrepreneurship, suggests that it is not for everyone. And most of these articles show lists of attributes that people must have to be successful entrepreneurs such as work ethic, persistence and discipline. Throughout 25 years I have studied the new entrepreneurs and have discovered that what has contributed to they achieved success are not exactly qualities.
People like John D. Rockefeller, Henry Ford and Oprah Winfrey did not succeed thanks to the attributes that are normally listed in these articles or follow recommended by management gurus way. So do not believe what others say about you or how you labeled. Perhaps your alleged defects are really your qualities. We share 12 Signs that many people might consider as defects but may be indicators that are made to be an entrepreneur.
1- You hate the status quot for you no sense that something has been done for a long time without any explanation. You are not a person who gets carried away by the current.
2- You get bored easily although many see this as a defect, the reality is that you’re bored activities that do not challenge or challenge your skills. Maybe that’s why you hate some classes and never assistors. For example, Bill Gates left college and became one of the richest men on the planet.
3- You have been fired from several jobs are too creative and this can affect your teamwork, so you probably have in your history have been fired. For you it is difficult to be in a permanent job because they really want to create something inspiring.
4- We considered a rebel know grandiosity is outside the limits of comfort and think that some rules do not apply.
5- You resist authority, since childhood you have put resisting authority of your parents, teachers, and then your bosses. You are not in accordance with the rules of your community or your work.
6- You want to improve everything you are always looking for ways to do things better and different. Constantly you share your vision and ideas, even though no one has asked him.
7- They cost you courtesy talks it is too complicated you make small talk that many people will be facilitated. Company codes you seem a waste of time and may make you feel uncomfortable.
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8- They teased in your youth during your childhood and adolescence; I criticized and even were the target of bullies. This can because you to look around and highlight show the world what you’re worth.
9- Obsessive are probably people label you as obsessive / compulsive because once you start something you cannot leave without finishing. Do not let them convince you that this is a disease or deficiency. All great entrepreneurs have been completely immersed in his vision. For example, Howard Schultz remained with the idea of creating Starbucks but his family persuaded him to quit.
10- You fear being alone the entrepreneur within you afraid to go out alone, but also afraid not to. This fear is common in our society because we are conditioned to think that entrepreneurship is riskier than having a “good job”. The reality is that in both cases there is instability.
11- You are almost impossible to relax you have trouble sleeping at night because you have too many ideas that keep you awake and you will even appear in dreams. The next morning you find yourself consumed on the same idea, which distracts your work.
12- You feel out of place you have always felt uncomfortable with yourself. Until the time when you get used to the idea that you are different than most people, this can be a problem. If you learn to channel, you can make your motivation to recognize that within you there is a potential entrepreneur.