Your Initiator designation represents high scores on both the Arrangements scale
and the Willingness scale. The Initiator is the person that goes the extra distance
and responds to business requests. They are eager for results and don't mind getting
their hands dirty.
Initiators are not afraid to propose new ideas and have a vivid imaginative. They
are creative thinkers that generate ideas and are great at implementing the ideas,
which leads to their large ego. They are solutions oriented people who offer advice
for problems and procedures. They are usually the person that oversees and manages
business or companies.
Due to their combination of high new venture infrastructure and motivation suggests
that you are likely to initiate new venture formation.
Many times Initiators are occupied with their own ideas and do not stop and listen
to other's advice or ideas. It is recommended to surround yourself with successful
business people and recognize their success and strategies and allow yourself to
listen to their advice.
It is possible, however, that without the deep venturing knowledge it may be somewhat
premature to pursue a new business venture. In fact, venturing resources might be
wasted as a result.
INCREASE YOUR FUTURE FOR SUCCESS:
If you are intent upon venturing, it would be wise to engage in activities that
will enhance your expertise. Though you can likely accomplish entry into the Entrepreneurial Success Script
, you can begin but not necessarily complete the requirements of
the script to be successful. It is recommended to research and acquiring resources
to recognize and capture venture opportunities.
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Howard Robard Hughes, Jr.
(December 24, 1905 – April 5, 1976) showed
key characteristics of a business INITIATOR
throughout his life.
Early in his career his approach to business was instinctive, eager, and dependent
upon guesswork. He was able to get in the game because of relationships and access
to financial resources. He was willing to start a business on the front end of an
opportunity. For example, from the late 1920s he was a maverick film producer, making
big-budget and often controversial films like Hell's Angels, Scarface, and The Outlaw.Hughes
was also one of the most influential aviators in history. He set multiple world
air-speed records, built the Hughes H-1 Racer and H- 4 “Hercules” (better known
to history as the “Spruce Goose”) aircraft, and subsequently acquired and expanded
Trans World Airlines (TWA). In classic initiator style, he cultivated relationships
and knew the right kind of people essential for putting these kinds of business
deals together. He had the heart of a business warrior, always willing to take big
risks and and be in the middle of all the action. When Hughes died in 1976, he left
an estate estimated at $2 billion.
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