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5. Get into hot water Real entrepreneurs are more likely to ask for forgiveness than permission. Entrepreneurs will never be content with the status quo. Entrepreneurs and their employees should be in more trouble because it shows that they are looking for opportunities for improvement. 6. Fearless “Where most avoid risk, entrepreneurs see potential” – chef Robert Irvine. Entrepreneurs are the ultimate optimists. They believe that the investment in time and money will eventually pay off. 7. Cannot stand still Entrepreneurs have unbridled energy that allows them to work longer than others. They eagle for the excitement about business make them stand out.
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8. Malleable If an entrepreneur has only one acceptable outcome, their chances of success are small. Smart entrepreneurs continue to evolve and adjust their business concepts based on market feedback. 9. Enjoy navel gazing Entrepreneurs must satisfy with the process of assessing their own performance. Investigate each customer to seek opportunities for improvement. Work closely with personal business coaches to identify personal areas need for improvement.
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  • Fall '15
  • JUHA
  • Entrepreneurship, Tony Hsieh, Barbara Corcoran, signs of an entrepreneur

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