To make it in the world of entrepreneurialism, you need to have more than just a good idea and the money to back the operation. There are numerous qualities that define a successful entrepreneur. Growing and maintaining a business takes personal discipline to get through the day-to-day challenges. It takes clairvoyance to be able to foretell incoming opportunities and missteps, and it takes tenacity to persevere when things just don’t seem to be going your way.
While there are some innate qualities that define the entrepreneurial spirit, there are many traits that can be built up through hard work and focus by just about anyone. As I was building my business, I noticed there were qualities I possessed, but more importantly I identified things I could improve on.
So get yourself ready for the day, grab your favorite caffeinated beverage (I opt for a Diet Mountain Dew), and take a look at three practices I have put in place to ensure success every day.