Anthony Kofi Hene-Amoah
concerning the life of an
1. Knows what is expected in
terms of setting goal/goals.
2. Has INTEREST and
KNOWLEDGE in the business.
3. Has general EXPERIENCE and
ABILITY to perform the
various activities within the
4. He/She is the overall manager
and leader of the business.
5. He/She is the real owner of the
6. There should be honesty,
faithfulness, integrity and
transparency in all activities at
. Best wishes to you.
What I think is important to point out though, is everyone to some extent can be Entrepreneurs. There's a term called "Intrapreneurship", which means someone who shows Entrepreneur type qualities at their day job. So whether you are an engineer, doctor, hair dresser, or project manager, every role to some extent can show these type of qualities. The most important one is problem solving - when you solve a problem you are showing your knack of being an Entrepreneur.
Many of my Entrepreneur friends have exciting lives, but with it comes a lot of risk and frustration. Like one of the responses above, I too would suggest to reach out to Entrepreneurs in your area to get a more specific idea of what their day to day is like.
At the same time, while successful Entrepreneurs are able to enjoy their financial gains, I know of few who are able to slow down.
Bob recommends the following next steps: