An entrepreneur is a person who assumes the risks of a business or is someone who sets up a business taking on financial risks in the hope of making a profit.
Of more interest, and probably of more use to up and coming entrepreneurs is knowing what it is about the Bransons, Musks and Jobs’ of the world that has made them successful... What characteristics do they have in common - what makes them tick?
Join MVP's Bruce Mitchell for our upcoming May book review workshop to learn and discuss the Eight Entrepreneurial Characteristics that make up a successful entrepreneur as outlined in 'Who Owns the Ice House?' by Clifton Taulbert and Gary Schoeniger.
Clifton Taulbert, an African-American born to a teenage mother in 1940s Mississippi at a time that coincided with a system of legal segregation that created few opportunities for success. Clifton’s first jobs were hauling ice and delivering it to customers, washing dishes in a restaurant and then as a doorman at a bank. From these humble beginnings, he became a successful businessman and entrepreneur, was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and has been profiled by Time magazine.
This session will delve into the topics of choice, wealth, brand, action and community, teaching you what characteristics you need to cultivate and hone to make your goals a reality. It's time you learnt these eight critical skills to fast-track your path to a successful business.
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