I've heard it been said many times that entrepreneurs need to have a killer instinct. That term may sound harsh and perhaps it is. Let's get past it for a moment and think about what it takes to make it as a small business owner. Do you have the following skill set:
1) A desire above all else to work solely for yourself?
2) Do you dread the the idea of red tape you didn't create?
3) Do you like selling --- All the time?
4) Are you so sure of your product that you would go into dept and risk your future for it.
If you experienced a single moment of hesitation with any of these questions means you might want to reconsider. There is no shame in that. It's a big world with many roles to be played. I have gone back and forth many times.
Going back to the killer instinct we hear about so often, it's all about your ability to seize opportunities and not let go until you see them to their completion.
Notice how many times I used the word "you" in this post. That's what being an entrepreneur is all about. You've got to make it happen. You've got to have that killer instinct and desire to make it all happen. Mark Cuban once said, "To be a successful entrepreneur you've got to work like someone is desperately trying to take it all away from you."
To your instincts..
The Booya Speaker..