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Many of the items included in this particular dimension have a long history – back to the beginnings of the US Panel Studies of Entrepreneurial Dynamics. The items deal with specific actions an entrepreneur might take, as well as your beliefs about the attractiveness of the entrepreneurial role. It is worth noting that both “wanting” and “doing” are needed to create entrepreneurial success.
No matter how effectively we plan, it is still true that "if something can go wrong, it will." We make mistakes, other people make mistakes, and even simple projects can become a lot more complicated than we expected at the beginning. This is especially true if you are building an entrepreneurial company that challenges the status quo. So, it is important to learn from setbacks and bounce back from failure. Resilience is a key factor in ultimate entrepreneurial success.
Your view of your leadership skills. High scores indicate your perceived leadership, including getting the trust of others and maintaining your concentration.
High scores indicate good confidence, but it is important to avoid overconfidence.
Your view of innovation. High scores reflect your desire to innovate, your ability to find resources, and your view that big rewards require some risk.
Your view of what it takes to get things done. Low scores indicate a belief that people can change, a low fear of failure, and your willingness to keep pushing ahead.
Your personal diligence. How hard you are willing to work, whether you see projects to their completion, and your problem-solving ability.
How much you want to control your own destiny, or make your own decisions.
Your reasons for wanting to start a business. High scores indicate desire for financial security, personal flexibility, and desire for building wealth.