Ten features and qualities of a good entrepreneur
An entrepreneur shall have the following features and qualities to be considered a good or great entrepreneur.
1. Brain – to plan
A wise entrepreneur is an advanced thinker. He knows how to predict the future. With his prediction, he creates a plan. He organized his objectives and set his procedures to achieve those objectives.
2. Hands – to do the plan
An active entrepreneur executes his plan. He performs his procedures to attain and realize his objectives. He handles well his people and put them in the right places.
3. Mouth – to communicate and convince
A good entrepreneur has wisdom to communicate. He says what is just and honest. He knows how to convince people. He does it by keeping his promises.
4. Eyes – to see to it
A prudent entrepreneur sees things twice. He is discreet and avoids biased and harsh decisions that will hurt other people. He also monitors and checks his business activity to ensure that they are running the way he wants it to be.
5. Ears – to spy
An extensive entrepreneur observes and studies his competitors. But he doesn’t analyze them to hurt and defy them. He analyzes them to come up with greater products and services that will serve his customers better. He also studies his competitors to promote more quality and customers’ satisfaction inside the market competition. He encourages his competitors to produce greater quality products and services to eventually make the consumers the winners in the market competition.
6. Nose – to smell danger
A vigilant entrepreneur oversees his business surroundings. He searches and detects possible risks and dangers. And when he detects one, he comes-up with a preventive solution if the danger has not yet occurred, and a corrective solution if the danger has already occurred.
7. Skin – to protect
A caring entrepreneur protects his business, his employees and his consumers. He defends his business, his name and his integrity. He also preserves the wellness of his employees. And finally he totally cares for the satisfaction of his costumers.
8. Heart – to love and create good relationship
A loving entrepreneur practices patience, shows humility, rejoices in the truth, avoids evil acts, maintains hope and uplifts faith. He also keeps real good relationships with his employees, co-owners, investors, creditors, debtors and customers.
9. Feet – to stand
A strong entrepreneur stands firmly in the midst of trouble. And when he falls down, he always manages to get back on his feet. Simply, he is not a quitter.
10. Spirit – to live
A faithful entrepreneur believes in what he does. He lives in what he believes. He exists more than he lives…