Good beginnings

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - COMMUNITY -

About half of all new busi­nesses will fail in their first five years, ac­cord­ing to Gallup. Randy H. Nel­son, au­thor of the Ama­zon best-sell­ing book “The Sec­ond De­ci­sion: The Qual­i­fied En­tre­pre­neur”, says there are five es­sen­tial traits ev­ery en­tre­pre­neur needs to im­prove the odds of busi­ness suc­cess: dis­ci­pline; lead­er­ship; self­aware­ness; un­der­stand­ing of is­sues and chal­lenges; self-as­sess­ment. From: www.randy­h­nel­ book

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