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Recommendation

In this engaging book about entrepreneurs, John B. Miner cites research that identifies four different types of entrepreneurial personalities. The result is a thoroughly fascinating treatment of the different routes to entrepreneurial behavior. getAbstract recommends this book to anyone who wants to be an entrepreneur, anyone who works for or with an entrepreneur, or anyone who wants to understand entrepreneurial psychology.

In this summary, you will learn

  • What type of entrepreneur you are; and
  • Which of your characteristics will lead you to success – and which to failure.
 

About the Author

John B. Miner specializes in entrepreneurship and human resource management. His professional practice includes writing on various business subjects, consulting organizations and individuals, serving as an expert witness in trials, and speaking to professional and business groups.

 

Summary

Four Types of Entrepreneurs
No single type of entrepreneur or single career route ensures entrepreneurial success. Essentially, there are four types of entrepreneurs, each with a distinct personality. These types are the "personal achiever," the "supersalesperson," ...

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