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Key Mental Traits of a Successful Entrepreneur in Several Stages of a Startup

entrepreneurs mental traits


  • Phase 1: Starting thinking about startup:

  1. Dissatisfied with the current status (i.e. job, money or/and any other thing)
  2. Highly self-confident
  3. Enthusiastic, passionate and inspired about anything / something
  4. Freedom seeker
  • Phase 2: Collaboration:

  1. Social and so called jolly good fellow
  2. Friendly and helpful in nature
  3. Emotionally intelligent
  4. Experienced about the boredom and pressure to do all the work by own
  5. Practical
  6. Good listener
  • Phase 3: Ideation and Brainstorming:

  1. Problem solver
  2. Curious
  3. Big dreamer
  4. Unaware of the meaning of “IMPOSSIBLE”
  5. Intuitive
  6. Great document writer
  7. Mindful
  8. Highly intelligent with great mapping skill
  9. Limit breaker
  10. Crazy
  • Phase 4: Implementation:

  1. Great planner
  2. Regular
  3. Hard working
  4. Passionate
  5. Trendy
  6. Customer focused
  7. Open minded
  8. Highly patient
  9. Super Motivator
  10. Steady
  11. Cool
  12. Automation lover
  13. Highly Google skilled
  14. Updated with the current happenings
  • Phase 5: Marketing:

  1. Knowledgeable about target area
  2. Awesome people skilled
  3. Amazing presentation Skilled
  4. Active
  5. Indomitable spirit to discover the missing links
  6. Smart
  7. Honest
  8. Open for any feedback
  • Phase 6: Post Success:

  1. Humble
  2. Careless about previous success rather Careful to go forward
  3. Lifelong learner

And above all, during all the phase they believe in the following quote of Swami Vivekananda:
You can do anything and everything. Believe in that.

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