Thursday, 28 March 2013

Between Being a Manager and an Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurial ventures has been considered as a means to build successful free market economics. It has been considered as a tool for economic development and growth, job creation and business successes.

However, not every entrepreneurial venture is successful. It all comes down to who is managing it. In the business world, there are two types of people you meet, the managers and the entrepreneurs. They may look the same, but they are separated by what they value most.

According to research, entrepreneurs pay greater attention to honesty, ambition, capability, independence, courage, imagination, and logic than managers. These characteristics drive entrepreneurs as well as their businesses to success. Whereas for managers, they tend to consider being loving, forgiving, helpful, and self controlled as more important.

Whether you are managing your own business or working for someone, paying attention, greater attention to what entrepreneurs value most will give you an edge.

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