You can’t help yourself—entrepreneurship is almost hard-wired into your identity. You’re motivated to discover unmet customer needs through a market-sensing intuition. You are supremely confident and unrelenting in your pursuit of commercial success, and you expect your colleagues to be equally focused on impact. There is minimal room for error. Creating a successful business or social venture of your own is an important aspect of your self-validation.
You've always seen yourself as an entrepreneur. You're ignited by ideas, and driven to commercialize them with a fervor that feeds your self-confidence.
You're initially intuition based—but you then seek data and other external points of reference to triangulate and refine your decisions.
Hands-on, directive, exacting—with low or no tolerance for failure.
You're results and outcomes focused, tending to attract and inspire like-minded perfectionists. You have a harder time with followers who are not equally driven and goal oriented.