Some people are born to be entrepreneurs, most acquire the necessary skills along the way. See how far along you are by completing this quick quiz. Check your score at the end to see if you should improve some skills or get to work on your big idea. Check out the book Ready to Launch? to find out how!

There are 26 questions in total ranging across 5 categories. Don't think too hard, just pick the best answer and be honest. Once selected your answer cannot be changed. The goal is NOT a high score but an ACCURATE score.

The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and
you are the easiest person to fool. - Richard Feynman

1) How much stress would you be under if your next pay packet was delayed by a month?
2) When was the last time you made and spent to a budget?
3) Which best describes your saving?
4) Which has the highest interest rate (in general)?
5) Which will accrue the most COMPOUND INTEREST in 3 years?
6) Which pricing method works best?
7) You run a toy factory. At peak production before Christmas, your new toy production line breaks down and it’s while you’re on holiday. What do you do?
8) You have a generic, non-critical problem. What do you do?
9) How well did you enjoy solving science or mathematical problems in school?
10) How well do you deal with the problems life throws at you?
11) When faced with competing demands on your time you:
12) How do you feel about giving up a full-time job to start your own business?
13) What’s the riskiest thing you’ve done?
14) Does knowing that you/your business will go into debt for a certain amount of time make you:
15) When you take risks, they usually produce results that are:
16) Which best describes your experience at supervising people?
17) If you’ve supervised people, how would you describe how they responded to you?
18) How do other people work with you?
19) If you have never supervised people, why not?
20) What do you think will be your biggest people challenge?
21) Recall a situation where you needed to use all your energy to achieve a result. Was that something only one-in-ten people could achieve? Or only one-in-a-thousand people?
22) How would you describe your last exciting project?
23) The last time you had a good/great project to work on, what did you do?
24) What makes you excited to get up in the morning?
25) What do you do with most of your spare time?
26) How do you relax or recover from periods of high stress?

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