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January 05, 2007


Acai Optimum

I enjoyed reading this post. Thanks for a wonderful job!

Skip @skipshoe Shuda

@CU The inter-personal is indeed an important element of effective entrepreneurs. You can check out an assessment called the Role-based Assessment from The Gabriel Institute to learn about teaming characteristics of enterpreneurs.


It's a very interesting point of view and items that I would like to know more as the interpersonal attitude is something that is not given much information.

Skip Shuda, Chief Cheap Revolutionary

The loving, caring people filled with optimism often fall into the Passion Maven category. Is that what you meant?

In general the gap-filling is a big need of many entrepreneurs. Go to Market strategies, business models, competitive intelligence, etc. are all on the "must have" list. Also - failing to market test your idea early is one of the most expensive pitfalls an entrepreneur can make.

Rizwan Tayabali

I recently came across a different categorisaton of Entrepreneur Types on Rachel Elnaugh's site based on ambition, risk and reward factors and little dose of jargon. I've outlined them here - http://urbansurvivalproject.blogspot.com/2008/01/entrepreneur-types-w00t-and-smarta.html You might find them interesting although more likely just mildly amusing!

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