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Monday, 31 August 2009

QUIZ Entrepreneur

The Entrepreneur Test (For a Small Business Owner)

The first question you should answer when you are thinking of starting a business is "Am I the type?" You will be the most important employee in your small business. It is more important that you rate yourself objectively as the small business owner than how you rate any prospective employee. Appraise your strengths and your weaknesses. As a prospective operator of your own small business, acknowledge that you are weak in certain areas and cover the deficiency by either retraining yourself or hiring someone with the necessary skill. The questions in this test indicate to what extent you have the personal traits important to a business proprietor.

Instructions: Read each question and click on one of the suggested answers. Respond by marking the answer that most accurately describes your behavior, feeling or attitude as it actually is, not as you would like it to be, or think it should. You must be absolutely honest with yourself in order to get a valid score.

Go to the first question

    1. Are You a Self-Starter?

    If someone gets me started, I keep going all right.

    I do things my own way. Nobody needs to tell me to get going.

    Easy does it. I don't put myself out until I have to.

2. How Do You Feel About Other People?

Most people bug me.

I like people. I can get along with just about anybody.

I have enough friends and I don't need anybody else.

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3. Can You Lead Others?

I can get people to do things if I drive them.

I can get most people to go along with me without much difficulty.

I usually let someone else get things moving.

4. Can You Take Responsibility?

I'll take over if I have to, but I'd rather let someone else be responsible.

There's always some eager beaver around waiting to show off. I say, let him.

I like to take charge of and see things through.

5. How Good An Organizer Are You?

I like to have a plan before I start. I'm usually the one who lines things up.

I do all right unless things get too complicated. Then I may cop out.

I just take things as they come.

6. How Good a Worker Are You?

I can't see that hard work gets you anywhere.

I'll work hard for a time, but when I've had enough, that's it.

I can keep going as long as necessary. I don't mind working hard.



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