People like to think that there’s a typical entrepreneur personality. Yes, entrepreneurs are all passionate, good at selling, and diligent about follow-through. Beyond this, there’s no such thing as a typical entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs come in all shapes and sizes. Every now and then you’ll see a personality profile quiz that purports to help you understand whether you’ve got what it takes to become an entrepreneur. These profiles are pure, unadulterated BS. The personalities of successful entrepreneurs are all over the map, from neurotic and obsessive compulsive, to kind and easygoing. Your personality does not determine whether you should start a business. However, it does play a role in what kind of business you should start, and what kind of culture you will create. Don’t let a personality profile tell you that you don’t have what it takes. As long as you have the prerequisites of passion, salesmanship, and follow-through, then you have what it takes to build a business. There’s a place for everyone, so find your niche and pursue your dreams with everything you’ve got.

Veteran Startup

Veteran Startup is dedicated to helping veterans start and build businesses of their own. Starting a business immediately reduces veteran unemployment in two ways – the business owner is employed, and most veteran-owners make it a point to hire other veterans. In addition to reducing veteran unemployment, running a business gives the veteran a strong sense purpose. and makes them a valuable contributor to society.

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