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Gacutan, Simfroso C. Robles II and Marion I. Milambiling Management Team: Dr. Lolita M. Jose D. Tuguinayo, Jr. Entrepreneurship has brought great success to some, but it's not a career path for all.
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Do you think you can handle the stress and hard work that go with running a small business enterprise? The key to succeed in a small business enterprise is your entrepreneurial ability to produce the desired results. Before embarking on your first business, it's worth spending some time evaluating your own preparedness for entrepreneurship. Try to examine your own personality and compare it with the Personal Entrepreneurial Competencies PECs of a successful entrepreneur.
Ask yourself if you are ready to enter into the world of business.
Guide Questions: 1. Why is there a need to assess ones personal characteristics, attributes, lifestyles, skills and traits? What are the personal entrepreneurial competencies of a successful entrepreneur? Why is it necessary to compare ones personal characteristics, attributes, lifestyles, skills and traits to the personal entrepreneurial competencies of a successful entrepreneur?
Based on the data that you have gathered from the interview with the successful entrepreneur in your community, how do you develop your PECs? Can you prepare an action plan that addresses your areas of development and strength based on your PECs? How does your action plan help sustain your strong areas and or address your development areas based on your PECs? Hello there! Are you ready to assess yourself to become a successful entrepreneur in the future?
As honest as you could, please answer the pre-assessment below. Pre- Assessment A. Matching Type Directions: Column A lists the characteristics of a successful entrepreneur. Draw a line from the items in Column A that connects the correct definition of terms listed in Column B.
Column A Column B 8. Hardworking 2. Self-confident 3. Profit-Oriented 4. Goal-Oriented 5. Persistent 6. Responds to feedback 7. Willing to listen 8.
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Committed 9. Reliable and has integrity Risk-taker a. Ability to set realistic targets. Interest in money generation. Working diligently and industriously. Being able to listen to the advice of others. Obtaining useful feedback and advice from others. Being patient and strives to achieve the goal.
Ability to take measured or calculated risks. Being honest, fair and trustworthy. Are you done? This time you will do another set of pre- assessment which could give you a better understanding of what this module is all about.
Are you ready? Multiple Choice. Directions: Read and study the situation that describes the entrepreneurial characteristics or attributes.