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6. Organisation You will never have enough time in day to achieve all you wish to achieve unless you are excellently organised. If you are a well-organised person you will breed confidence in those around you. Through organising and planning work, you will find your workload less burdensome. When you are in a position to employ others organisation complements ability to delegate.
7. Determination You must be 100% committed to your plan or you will not reach you goal. Don't give up even when obstacles seem overwhelming. Most people will expect you to fail. You must be determined never to give your opponents satisfaction of ever seeing this.
8. Family Support Trouble at home is last thing you need when starting a business. The statistics in this area are grim ... a lot of break-ups occur during and immediately after a new business start up. Don't let this happen to you ... talk it over with those closest to you. Make sure you share common goals and objectives with your partner.
9. A Risk Lover Starting a business can be a big risk and you need to be able to make risky decisions and cope with consequences. Taking risks is commonplace with entrepreneur ... opportunity comes with risk. It's know as "risk-return" model; i.e. higher risk, higher return. Starting your own online business, while less risky than starting a traditional bricks and mortar business, is nevertheless, still risky; even if its just in terms of pride.
10. A Winner A competitive spirit is almost mandatory. Are you competitive? Do you strive to be first or best? Your hobbies and sporting interests can tell you a lot about your competitive nature. If you're a fighter, your chances for success is vastly improved.
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