Some people limit their use of the word “entrepreneur” to those go-get-’em, risk-taking kinds of people. Others insist that only someone who grows a business that can make money even when they’re not there, is an entrepreneur. I think that Rhonda Abrams believes, as I do, that an entrepreneur is anyone who starts and owns a business enterprise.
In a recent article called Discovering Your E-Type, Abrams lists 9 types of entrepreneurs and the kinds of business in which they can be successful. I suspect that many of us are a combination of several of these types. Which type are you? Read her article and find out.