Posted October 03, 2013 by

One Thing You Need in Your Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur

Starting your entry level job as an entrepreneur, you may receive advice from other people in business about what it takes to be successful.  However, the following post highlights one characteristic to carry with you.

In advice columns, business books and public speeches, entrepreneurs note a variety of secrets to success. Some say drive is the most important thing; others say it’s in the business plan. I disagree. There’s one trait that all successful entrepreneurs share: resilience. Resilience isn’t usually cited as the secret to success, but when you ask seasoned

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