Entrepreneur Quiz

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Entrepreneur Quiz 2017-07-03T09:14:38+00:00
How do you know when you’re ready to start a business? When I’ve developed a thorough business plan.
After I’ve gotten enough advice from others.
After I’ve gained enough information about starting a business.
I was ready the moment I decided I wanted to own my own business.


Which of the following describes your personality the most accurately? Cautious.
Persistent.
Curious.
Deliberate.


Which of these do you think is the most important thing when running business? Being Prepared.
Learning new skills and acquiring knowledge.
Following the rules.
Not giving up.


What do you do when you have to deal with a difficult problem? I tackle it head on.
I map out a solution.
I ask somebody for help.
I try to figure out what caused the problem, so I can avoid it in the future.


How would you spend your time before making a business decision? Reading and learning about my options.
Observing other people’s work.
Making a perfect plan.
Focusing on the biggest bang for buck.


Would you ever try some new and untested business techniques? Sure. I would love to see what those techniques could do.
Yes, but I’d have a contingency plan.
I don’t want to be the first to try them.
Probably not without data to back it up.


How do you describe your communicating skills? Direct.
Analytic.
Supportive.
Thoughtful.


How large do you want to grow your business? Size doesn’t matter, as long as the growth is controlled.
I would need to do some analyzing to determine the optimal size.
A large as the standard for my industry.
They sky’s the limits.


What techniques would you prefer to use for your hiring practices? Careful review of documentation, references, and conducting interviews.
A conversation and collecting a completed application for regulatory purposes.
Collaborative review of candidates and panel interview.
Step-by-step procedures that includes a scoring matrix.


How did you come up with your business idea? I asked others what they thought would be best.
I took what I was good at and ran with it.
I went on a fact-finding mission.
I went through all the ideas I’d mapped out in the past and picked one.



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