I want to show you the 4 types of entrepreneurs. So I have broken down this 4 types and maybe you can find yourself based on what you’re doing and your what’s on your mind right now:
The first type of entrepreneur are the ones that know what to do and they do it. They’re implementers, action-takers, go-getters, don’t skip steps and invest in themselves at a high level. If you don’t implement the things that you learn you won’t see the benefit. Most of the people don’t create success because they know what to do but they are not doing it.
The second type of entrepreneur are the ones that know what to do but they are always about to do it. They are not implementers, they are the people that don’t create success on themselves because of the lack of consistency and persistence. Are always saying that they are ready to do different things but never implement them.
The Passive Type
The third type of entrepreneur are the ones that they know what to do but will get around doing it. They’re always telling you that they will do it but don’t take any initiative, they are just not proactive. You can’t create success if you’re not taking action. They just talk about what they will going to do and envision the success but never start with any action.
And the fourth type is the ones that know what to do but never going to do it. They are never even intended to do what they need to do. A lot of times people think on why they are not creating success and is because of it. Even when you have a desire of doing something you need to take immediate action if not, this will only be intention without a concrete action.
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