Are you thinking about becoming an entrepreneur, already an entrepreneur, or a serial entrepreneur still seeking the right opportunity?

Do you know what makes a GOOD entrepreneur -
why some excel, some just get by and others
just get nowhere?

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What would it do for your credibility and your success if you knew more about what moves you forward and what might hold you back? What if you had the tools to help you focus more precisely and powerfully on what's strong and stop battling what's "wrong"?

Are You a Good Entrepreneur?

The good entrepreneur has five key abilities, five practices that make all the difference in every business and in every project.

The good entrepreneur Knows What To Do. Do you have the ability to clearly and correctly see what is important and needs attention?

The good entrepreneur Knows How To Do It. Do you have the ability to develop ideas, techniques, and solutions for getting things done?

The good entrepreneur Uses Planning And Organizing. Do you have the ability to develop plans and strategies for focusing and measuring the success of actions?

The good entrepreneur Gets Things Done. Do you have the capacity to focus energy, stay on track, and get things done effectively and efficiently?

The good entrepreneur Works Through Others. Do you have the ability to develop, motivate, focus, and monitor others?

The best entrepreneurs are consistently strong in all five areas. When your ability in one or more areas is consistently weak, or becomes weak in some situations or under some conditions, your business suffers. You suffer.

Do You Know What To Do?

You know what to do when you can decide which issues are relevant and need attention from an intuitive, practical, conceptual, and analytical perspective.

You know what to do when you can:

  • rely on intuitive feelings and 'gut' instincts when making decisions about others
  • see all of the pieces and angles of the big picture, and also see how the pieces fit together to make a whole
  • use your practical thinking ability to see and understand what is happening
  • project a goal into the future and understand future consequences and also see how to plan to attain your goals
  • plan for consequences of actions and decisions rather than reacting to crises.

Do You Know How To Do It?

You know how to do it when you can see what needs to be done, who needs to do the work, and how things need to be done.

You know how to do it when you can:

  • identify problems and critical issues, size up what needs to be done and what can be done in an effective manner
  • clearly see and pay attention to flaws in things, people and situations
  • insist on doing right things right
  • pay attention to and meet schedules and deadlines.

Do You Use Planning and Organizing?

You use planning and organizing when you identify the short range and long range needs and implications of a situation, set goals which are realistic and develop plans of action to attain these goals in an effective and efficient manner.

You use planning and organizing when you:

  • keep your focus and attention on planning details and activities
  • set tactical goals and plans which are designed to handle concrete, immediate situational objectives
  • see long range goals, and design plans and strategies for attaining these goals
  • see the immediate, concrete needs of a situation and set an action plan for meeting these needs
  • see the long range needs and implications of a situation and build a plan for meeting these needs.

Do You Get Things Done?

You get things done when you marshal the energy to attain your goals and to be persistent and consistent.

You get things done when you:

  • are excited about and committed to goals, and you marshal energy to push toward attainment of your goals
  • pay attention to the achievement of results and decide to what extent attaining results is a major factor pushing you to action
  • develop and maintain inner strength based on the confidence that you will succeed
  • maintain a positive self attitude as a source for drive, motivation and a major means of pushing you to action
  • maintain direction in spite of obstacles and stay on target regardless of circumstances
  • maintain a sense of constancy and continuity in your actions, and are reliable in the transfer of thinking to action.

Do You Work Through Others?

You work through others, e.g. colleagues, competitors and clients, etc., when you see and appreciate the needs and interests of others and deal with others in a concerned but objective manner.

You work through others when you:

  • follow your insight to see and understand the needs and interests of others, and to identify and relate with the concerns of others
  • maintain tolerance, stay positive and remain objective in interactions with others
  • coordinate your insight and knowledge of others into action, get along with others, and develop and maintain open, positive relationships
  • listen to another point of view without imposing your personal biases, standards and expectations
  • know what to say, how to say it, and when to speak, saying the right thing at the right time.

Are You A Good Entrepreneur?

Depending on how well you know yourself, and on how honest you are willing to be with yourself, you may have some sense of how strong or weak you are in each of the five key areas of entrepreneurial ability.

Your subjective sense of your entrepreneurial ability overall or in specific areas may give you a good feeling (if you believe you are strong) or a bad feeling (if you believe you are weak).

You can get an objective and reliable measure of where you truly stand in your entrepreneurial ability.

The Entrepreneur Analysis measures 31 essential dimensions of your entrepreneurial ability.

The Entrepreneur Analysis rates each dimension on a ten point scale, assesses the level of risk that each dimension poses to your entrepreneurial success, and describes each dimension as a personal strength or a development area.

The Entrepreneur Analysis is ideal for you if:

  • you are thinking about becoming an entrepreneur, and you want an objective and reliable measure of the strengths you can trust as well as the areas that may challenge you
  • you are already an entrepreneur, and you want to be as effective and efficient as you can be by relying on your strengths and taking action to mitigate your risks
  • you are a serial entrepreneur still seeking the right opportunity, and you want a clear picture of your personal strengths and risk areas to help you focus your search.

Get your personal Entrepreneur Analysis today - Only $55.

Here's what you'll discover

Your decisions, choices and beliefs are driven by what you value. Because you pay attention to and act on what you value, your capacity to make good value decisions is crucial to your success.

Nobel nominated scientist, Dr. Robert Hartman, discovered that there is a universal, mathematical set of principles that defines a hierarchy of value. The structure of this hierarchy represents nothing short of the Natural Laws of Success. When your thinking is in alignment with this hierarchy, success (however you envision it) is the natural outcome.

Your Entrepreneur Analysis offers a profound and powerful way to help you tap into your existing strengths and to maximize your ability to achieve your goals. You learn that there is nothing to fix, nothing wrong with you, nothing to overcome. You only need to learn the process of accessing and mastering your strengths.

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