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In 2001 I discovered I was a much better entrepreneur than I was a corporate ladder climber. As I turned in my 2-week notice at Motorola after 10 years in business, I was ecstatic to finally be my own boss. Over the next 18 months I was broke, frustrated, overwhelmed and doubting my ability to be successful on as a business owner.Then, it hit me. I was trying to build success the way I showed up as an employee. I had not developed a successful set of character traits to succeed on my own. So I began to study hundreds of extraordinary entrepreneurs from all walks of life in a “success modeling project” and discovered that there are 7 common character traits they share.
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