Through our entrepreneurial potential self-assessment, we can help you gain clarity and specialty in your entrepreneurial pursuits. Here, we have a questionnaire that includes 30 statements and will take about 10 minutes to complete. There are no right or wrong answers. Your honest opinion is what counts.
For each statement, choose the number that best describes your opinion. Use the entire scale as much as possible, as always answering one option will allow you to fully benefit from this tool.
Once you have completed, your answers will be compiled, and you can evaluate your entrepreneurial traits, as concerns motivations, aptitudes, and attitudes.
Our personality quiz discovers the learning path best suited for you.
Having taken our assessment test, interacted with you, and asked some pertinent questions, then we can work together on your entrepreneurial mindset beginning with areas such as these topical subjects:
- Building a sustainable entrepreneurial drive.
- The essential skills for 21st-century business owners.
- One area that demands the greatest financial investments & why?
- Business opportunities for employees
- How to identify business opportunities?
- Multiple streams of income – earning beyond your income.
- Developing your own business
- Why must you invest in yourself? Investment in self pays the greatest dividend.
Investigative – The “Thinkers”
People with Investigative interests like work that has to do with thinking about things rather than physical activity or leading people. They like researching facts and solving mathematics and science problems.
Social – The “Helpers”
People with Social interests like teaching, giving, advice, and being of service to people. They like being around other people and making friends easily.
Enterprising – The “Persuaders”
People with Enterprising interests like to start a business. These people like taking action rather than thinking about things. They like persuading and leading people, making, decisions, and taking risks in order to make money.
Conventional – The “Organizers”
People with Conventional interests like work that follows set procedures, rules and routines. They prefer working with information and paying attention to details rather than working with ideas.
Artistic – The “Creators”
People with Artistic interests like acting, playing a musical instrument, art and design.
Realistic – The “Do-ers”
People with Realistic interests like work that allows them to use their hands to build things or repair machines. They do not like jobs that involve paperwork or working with others.