No matter how you look at it, entrepreneurship is more than just the act of starting your own business – it’s a way of life. For entrepreneurs, starting a viable business from the ground up, with little more than a solid idea and the willingness to follow through, is the only way to go.
When you’re on your own, however, the risks can be great. So how do you know if the possibility of rewards down the road will ever be worth the risk up front?
In this infographic, the folks at Dun and Bradstreet take a look at the potential risks that every entrepreneur faces when starting a new business venture. Sure, failure and bankruptcy may loom large when you’re just starting out, but a willingness to face those risks, combined with a few other key personality traits, may be all you need to become the next successful business owner.
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