Entrepreneurs are always defined as the individuals that do a little bit of everything. While this is true in many cases, a few personalities really define an entrepreneur. Some entrepreneurs have multiple personalities and are able to take on various roles while others specifically fit one category.
These personalities are crucial roles for someone in the business to play as these help you and your company progress. Progression is extremely important in a business, especially when you are a startup. If you better understand your role as an entrepreneur, you are better able to help your business grow by playing your part.
Here are the most common personalities that businesses require and entrepreneurs share:
1. The Realist
Being in a startup company, everyone likes to dream about that big acquisition or millions of dollars they can make. Optimistic thinking is always great, but can also be damaging if not rationed.
Every startup company needs a realist who puts things back to perspective when everyone else is off dreaming. The realist reminds everyone where they are at, what they need to do, and how they can reach their ultimate goals.
2. Action Jackson
This is the team player who wants everything done right away. He/she does not like waiting on anything or anyone. While this individual can often times are seen as overwhelming, he does a great job to motivate them while making them work faster.