It is hard to believe the fact that ‘the pattern of your habitual behaviour heavily affects your professional life and choice’. The ones who keep up with being under control of someone end up in a service for the benefit of others. On the other hand, the ones never ready to work under others end up being the boss of their own business.
These bosses in the modern term are known as entrepreneurs. But what determines an ideal entrepreneur? What are the characteristics of an entrepreneur? Who and why is called an entrepreneur?
Let’s know these distinguishable features of an entrepreneur through the story of Billal Ali who possesses unmatched skills and is multitasking in his portfolio. Ali who now ages to 31 belongs from UK . 6 years back he started his career with a product company -ACN.
Although there is no perfect entrepreneurial outlines yet there are many characteristics that show up repeatedly in successful business owners.
(1) Independence which is the most common denominator of all entrepreneurs. It’s true that no one has the control over future or time but atleast one can work in present according to the desirable future.
(2) Persistence and Determination which is immensely dominant in world of entrepreneurship is fraught with both success and failure. A significant quality of a flourishing entrepreneur is the unfluctuating desire to continue pursuing a goal despite certain reversals and obstacles they may encounter during their journey.
(3) Self-Confidence is what makes an entrepreneur sail through the adverse situations in his life. Entrepreneurship is synonym to risk. Unless one has full faith and confidence in one’s capabilities it becomes tough to stand firm in one’s own decisions.
(4) Creativity which is unfortunately the most underrated element in our society forms one of the pillars of entrepreneurship. In the business world, you can not afford to be contented and uncreative unless you wish the competition to drag you back to the starting point. .
Bilal is the cumulative of all these features and thus wishes to embed these features in others with an optimistic goal of ‘growth of one and growth of all.’