by Noel Bagwell
for Executive Legal Professionals, PLLC

April 7, 2015

Are you an introvert or an extrovert? Both kinds of people have the potential to be super-successful entrepreneurs. Consider Sir Richard Branson and Mark Zuckerberg. Two men could hardly be more different, yet both are extraordinarily successful.

One might describe Branson as a real-life Tony Stark–a larger-than-life personality willing to go to any lengths to raise awareness of and bring prestige to his Virgin brand companies. Branson has scaled and bungee jumped off tall buildings, soared over oceans in a hot air balloon, dressed in drag, and even went kitesurfing with a naked model clinging to his back. Zuckerberg, on the other hand, has been described as a “shy,” “socially awkward” person, and is known for his low-key, jeans-and-hoodie, behind-the-scenes approach to management. Both entrepreneurs are worth billions.

What about you? Are you more Branson or Zuckerberg? Maybe you’re just a wanna-be entrepreneur (a “wantrepreneur”), one who neither innovates nor takes golden opportunities when they present themselves. If that’s the case, let this be a wake-up call to shake up your life! It’s never too late to make tomorrow better than today. This infographic should help you sort out what kind of entrepreneur you are. Once you figure it out, let us know how we can help you combine your innovations and opportunities into a viable business. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Entrepreneur-Type Infographic


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