To discover if you have potential to run your own business, take the Entrepreneurship Test.

We have been saturated these past years with the idea of entrepreneurship. Henry_thinkingEverybody seems to want to have their own company. But the truth is that not everybody is suited to build and run an industry by their own. Some people complain about their boss, feel unhappy with their jobs, etc, but they are really not willing to assume all the responsibilities that managing a business involves.

Nowadays, any person can build an ebusiness. Internet broadens the doorway and many that would be excluded in the past, can also hop in now. You can even start a business with no money. But as we said above, the only requisite is an entrepreneur attitude. To discover if you qualify to run your own business, take this test. Select one answer per question (the one you identify with the most) and jot down on a sheet of paper your answers. For example: 1b, 2a, etc. So, without further due, let’s discover if you’re a potential entrepreneur:

 

1. When I imagine myself with my own ebusiness, I picture myself…
a.) Working until late in the night with a cup of coffee.
b.) Explaining to others what my business is about.
c.) Taking vacations on an Island of the Caribbean, on a yacht.

 

2. When I have a tech problem…
a.) I’m willing to search the Internet and ask every forum and blog for a solution.
b.) I’d immediately stop going in that direction and head another way that offers less resistance.
c.) It drives me completely crazy, I don’t like to encounter this type of problems.

 

3.) Regarding the topic of having my own ebusiness…
a.) I have been searching as much as possible.
b.) I’m constantly day dreaming with this idea.
c.) This is the first blog I read on this matter.

 

4. When doing multiple tasks is required, one diverse from the other…
a.) I enjoy doing them. I like doing different things each day.
b.) I do them but I would prefer more specific tasks and learn to do them really well.
c.) I get stressed out each time I have to do something new. I like repetitive and specific tasks that I’m well acquainted with.

 

5. When the latest phone comes out and it costs $900 USD…
a.) I continue using my phone that cost me $300 USD but does almost the same things as the latest.
b.) If I have enough money I buy the latest phone. I like to treat myself once in a while.
c.) Having the latest phone will encourage me to constantly work on my ebusiness, so I would buy it even though I have to use my credit cards. It’s an investment.

 

6. There is training on ebusiness for entrepreneurs that costs $50 USD…
a.) I first research about the training. If it has many positive reviews and the content is related to my goals, I take the course. I find it’s an investment that I will need down the road.
b.) If I have enough money I take the training.
c.) I don’t take the training. I could learn that by my own.

 

7. Every time a difficult or uncomfortable situation arises at work…
a.) I assume it in a calm and natural way and try to find a solution as calmed as possible. I’m comfortable being uncomfortable.
b.) If I anticipate that one of my actions could bring a difficult situation, I refrain from taking it, even though it could be an important step.
c.) I love peace and would like to be free from any difficult situations as much as possible.

 

8. Along my life most of my plans…
a.) Have been accomplished.
b.) I try my best to execute what I have planed but things not always come out as I would like.
c.) I really don’t care to let my plans go. Life should not be so rigid.

 

9. When was the first time you discovered you would like to be an entrepreneur.
a.) I have dreamed of becoming an entrepreneur since I was a child.
b.) I have quite a few years wanting to open my own business.
c.) I have recently started to have financial problems and trouble with my boss and that has made me want to open my own business.

 

10. At work when the team is discussing the solution to a problem…
a.) I usually come up with the solution that eventually is enacted.
b.) I engage in the discussion and usually see aspects of the problem that the group hasn’t seen.
c.) I assume a neutral stance. I don’t take part in this type of discussions. They are energy-consuming and not very productive.

 

11. At work when I see evidence of wasteful spending and an attitude that says “It isn’t my money, I do not care”…
a.) I feel frustrated.
b.) I kinda feel uncomfortable, but I forget about it quickly.
c.) I remain indifferent, “I really don’t care about money that’s not mine”.

 

12. At work when my boss gathers all of us, he always delivers to me…
a.) The assignments that are to difficult for others to accomplish.
b.) Just the same work as all the rest of my co-workers.
c.) The easiest part of the work.

 

13. When I fail at a task…
a.) I take it as a challenge, resulting in an increased desire to figure out how to succeed.
b.) I move on to something different and try to not let this affect me.
c.) It really upsets me when I fail and it takes me days, and even months to get over it.

 

14. How would you like money to come into your pocket at work:
a.) I deliver the value of their offerings first and, if that value meets or exceeds customer expectations, I will be rewarded.
b.) I say “give me a rise and I’ll show you what I’m capable of”.
c.) I would like my payment to be independent from my productivity.

 

15. Concerning gossip:
a.) I think there is nothing more destructive than gossip. And it’s a total waste of time.
b.) I really don’t like gossip but some times I’m entertained hearing some of it. Besides, part of it is true, so there are times when it might be useful.
c.) Co-workers always come to me when venting how unfair they where treated by so-and-so.

 

Now that you have finished the test, it’s time to take a look at the results. Examine the sheet of paper where you wrote each answer. To those answers with “a”, mark 3 points. For answers with “b” mark 2 points. And to those with “c”, 1 point. Compute the sum of your points and check which category you are in. Here are the categories:

From 15 to 25 points: You’re better of as an employee. I’d push you to a pit with blind folded eyes if I encourage you to open your own business. Besides, once you have taken the leap, it will only cause you frustration because you’ll discover that running your own trade is not what you have thought it is until now.

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From 26 to 35 points: You could become a successful business owner but there are some habits you have to let go. There are specific aspects of being an entrepreneur that you could learn finding a mentor, or spending time with successful people that have built their own companies. Concerning the eBusiness world I could recommend spending some time with a very helpful online community. You get to rub elbows with people that have years running successful online business. Lot’s of content is shared with useful advice for starters. They are very supportive. I also am part of that community and you can get in touch with me there and I’ll show you around. You can join this community, read their blogs, and ask for advice, totally free. To join, click here.

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From 36 to 45 points: You were born an entrepreneur. If you don’t have your own business yet it’s because you have not been exposed to the right business opportunity. But with that attitude you have displayed, and working on a trade you’re passionate about, it’s just a matter of time to see you as the owner of your own business. If you would like to take a look at some ebusiness opportunities, click here.

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104 Comments

Sam Msaaf · June 6, 2019 at 10:41 PM

Hi Henry,

Awesome website! This Entrepreneurship Test has been useful. I would like to like to start my own online business, but I feel I still need to research more about it.

I have trouble producing content. Writing a 2,000 words post seems to be a goal to high for me. But reading some of the posts on your site I have changed my perspective a bit. I agree with you that these days the main goal is communication. The simpler you write, the better. Thank you for your advice.

    Henry · June 12, 2019 at 2:54 AM

    Hey Sam! You’re welcome! I’m glad you have found this site useful. And you’re right, for those who want to open a blog and monetize it, the main goal is communication!

Alex · June 6, 2019 at 10:41 PM

Hey,

very interesting and entertaining test. I like that the questions are different from the average personality test. It makes them more surprising and one answers them more honestly.

You covered a lot of important aspects that I have seen in posts about being an entrepreneur, too (difficult work-hours, self-discipline, etc…).

But would you say it makes sense to spend $50 on a course even if one is only starting out and making no money yet? I understand that it is considered an investment and it is expected to increase income. But on the other hand, isn’t there the risk that, as a beginner, one might fall into that trap where one spends too much money on educating oneself without actually working on scaling one’s business?

    Henry · June 12, 2019 at 2:45 AM

    Hi Alex! Yes, I agree with you in a sense that when we’re starting off online we shouldn’t be spending money, because scammers may abuse our interest for learning, and as you have said, we may end spending too much.

    But, if you have researched about the ebusiness model you want to follow, read good reviews about the platform you want to join and are a real entrepreneur (you’ll take action based on what you learn), then the money spent in training will truly be an investment.

    Thank you very much for your comment. It’s a legit concern. And I hope the answer has helped. All the best! 🙂

Queen · June 6, 2019 at 10:50 PM

Waow! I learn new things every day.

I enjoyed taking your quiz out of curiosity to know where I fall in, and I ended up between 26 and 35. Not bad I guess. Although I didn’t have an answer for N° 9, none of the options fell into the reason why or when I decided to become an entrepreneur.

All the same, I read through your suggestions and wanted to take a peek at the community you talked about, and alas!

It’s the same one I recently joined! So I believe I am on the right track, and in no time, things will fully fall into place.

Thanks for the quiz, it was an eye-opener.

Cheers.

    Henry · June 12, 2019 at 2:37 AM

    Hi! It’s good you have already joined this community of like minded entrepreneurs. Yeah, you’re on the right track! A lot of work must be done, but with the correct direction, your work will pay off! All the best! 🙂

Kate · June 6, 2019 at 11:30 PM

I love quizzes! I do a lot of them and I think this one was really on point. It covered all the traits that an entrepreneur should have. 

I got 35 points so I guess I can make it as an entrepreneur if I try. I’ll look into the community you recommended and hopefully, someday, I can start my own business. 

Thanks.

    Henry · June 12, 2019 at 2:31 AM

    Hi Kate! Thanks for taking the test! And I wish you all the best! The community I’ve referred to you is very helpful. And I don’t doubt you’ll learn a lot there. Welcome to the entrepreneurship world!

JJ · June 8, 2019 at 2:28 AM

This test is very interesting. I left a nine to five job several years ago and was excited to start working for myself. I love the freedom to choose my own tasks and to create new projects. I must say, though, that when you work for a company, there are several parts of the operation that are taken care of which might not be obvious to you. For instance, employee benefits of salary, insurance, pension funding become your responsibility when working for yourself. Whereas you held a post you now become accountant, research officer, marketing manager and all of the duties required to run your business. I scored well on the test, but I admit that the challenges were more than I expected. Thanks.

    Henry · June 12, 2019 at 2:28 AM

    Hi! I totally agree with you. Being an entrepreneur has huge challenges. And I see many, while making up their mind concerning if they leap or not, treating those challenges lightly. Or what’s worse, not taking them into consideration at all.

    Thank you very much for your useful and down to earth comment. I greatly appreciate it.

Cathy Cavarzan · June 8, 2019 at 2:30 AM

Hi, Henry! What a wonderful test on aptitude for entrepreneurs. I scored in the 36 to 45 point range. Honestly, I would have been surprised if it was lower. I have stated an ebusiness and I love it! Even on the nights that I am still writing articles at 3 AM, LOL!

    Henry · June 12, 2019 at 2:24 AM

    Hi, Cathy! Good you are on track! I wish you all the success on your ebusiness! And you’re surely working hard but yet enjoying your business! Thanks for taking the test and sharing your comment.

Adyns68 · June 13, 2019 at 4:11 AM

I took the test and got a total of 40 points, not bad!!

The truth is, I always wanted to be a business owner since I was 11years old. But at that age I guess I wanted to be a lot of different things in life. And life brought me back to my first love, business. With all the possibilities that the online world is offering us, I think an online business is a good fit for me and I have started a blog too.

I like one question more than the others, the one about gossip. I really laughed before answering that one. Because, I like it and it’s true that it’s a waste of time. I think I need to work on it. LOL

Thanks for sharing!

    Henry · July 12, 2019 at 1:53 AM

    Hi!

    Thank you for taking the test. Congrats for your high score. And I wish you all the best with your blog and online business.

    Concerning the question about gossip, I’m glad I made you laugh a bit. All the best! 🙂

Mike · June 13, 2019 at 4:11 AM

Great test Henry!  It was thought provoking and I took the time to answer the questions honestly. I scored a 39.  Guess that makes me an entrepreneur!  At least in spirit.  

I currently work full-time so I just have the evenings and weekends. It sounds like an e-business would be best for me. I am on the internet a lot, looking to find that “right fit.” I am certainly willing to learn but need training, especially when it comes to starting an e-business. Any suggestions to help a wanna be entrepreneur with little to no online experience obtain the necessary education?

Thanks in advance.

-Mike

    Henry · July 12, 2019 at 2:01 AM

    Hi Mike! Good! You have what it takes to become an entrepreneur! At this point, you may find useful to read a bit about how I got started online. Click here to take a look.

Riaz Shah · June 13, 2019 at 10:07 AM

Great test Henry!

I got 30 points! Guess I’m not the perfect entrepreneur but you’re right, one of the things that will make us reach that success point is actually by letting go certain things that might weight us down. Thinking back, for me I take too much time off especially on weekends. Entrepreneurs work on weekends and so must I. Out of curiosity, how often do you rest? Like many things, managing this wonderful website too must take a lot of effort 🙂

    Henry · July 12, 2019 at 2:08 AM

    Hi Riaz! I can see you’re set up for success. That honest part of you will open many doors.

    I presently have been struggling to be productive. I believe that even worse than taking time off on weekends is to not set time apart time and end up not being as productive as we would like to be. So, in conclusion, don’t feel bad about resting, it in fact is vital in the equation!

Alblue · June 17, 2019 at 1:49 AM

Hi Henry, this entrepreneur test is really helpful to check my current stat. Right now I’m in the middle, and I agree with you. I wasn’t born to be an entrepreneur from the heart, but I still like to have a successful eBusiness. It’s a bit hard when I’m learning and working just by myself, but if there are many like-minded people with me, I think I can keep going to do what I need to have a successful eBusiness. Thanks for the article 🙂

    Henry · July 12, 2019 at 2:11 AM

    Thank you for stopping by! If you put in the work, you’re set to thrive on your online business. All the best!

Don · June 17, 2019 at 1:54 AM

Henry,

Thanks for this great test! I think I am ready to be all the entrepreneur I can be. I scored very high and thought the test was a good measure of skills. Looks like I was born for this. I’ll continue looking at all of your posts and let you know how it all goes. You’ve inspired me.

Don

    Henry · July 12, 2019 at 2:14 AM

    Hi Don! Good scored high! And I’m glad to hear this test inspired you! Go for it!

Robert J Warneck · June 17, 2019 at 2:47 AM

Hi Henry, 

This test was awesome!!  I actually didn’t even think about it that much, I read the question and already knew how I felt about it and the answers I choose were pretty automatic. I love the idea of this test and I re-tweeted this article. 

I agree with the suggestions you put in for starting a business, you need to work and put the effort in. If you just stand around waiting for something to happen, you’re going to have some tired legs… cause nothing is going to happen!

Robert.

    Henry · July 12, 2019 at 2:17 AM

    Hi Robert.

    Thanks for your comment. And you’re right: just tired legs because if you don’t take action nothing really happens.

Pentrental · November 26, 2019 at 11:56 AM

Wow great test for entrepreneurs and great idea to engage the reader with very helpful and relevant questions regarding whether or not to become an entrepreneur. Scoring between 36 and 45 points and can see that I am set-out to be an entrepreneur. I like your point about not being exposed to the right opportunity for some people.You have provided great guidance. I’ll check out this place where entrepreneurs can put their skills to good use. Great post!

    Henry · November 26, 2019 at 8:36 PM

    Hello. Thank you for sharing your results with us. And I must say congrats, you have what it takes to get your own business rolling.

Nimrodngy · November 26, 2019 at 12:06 PM

Hello. You did a great job here with this test. I want to build an online business and work from home. This test is very useful for somebody like me who want to find if he can be a entrepreneur.

You have highlighted all the necessary skills that an entrepreneur must acquire in order to be successful. I hope to see more post like this on you website. Thank’s a lot.

Best wishes.

    Henry · November 26, 2019 at 8:40 PM

    Hi! I’m glad you liked this test. Keep visiting our site for more useful content. All the best.

bernie · November 26, 2019 at 12:07 PM

Thanks for sharing this test! I scored 35, almost born as an entrepreneur!
I think the analyze makes a lot of sense so the test seems accurate… So with help from you as a mentor, I could probably be successful in the online business world. It’s interesting to read other entrepreneurs’ stories and learn how they went from zero to an online lifestyle. It gives me a feeling that it is possible!

    Henry · November 26, 2019 at 8:42 PM

    Hi Bernie. Good you got a good mark! It takes a lot of work to make it work but it indeed is possible!

David ben · November 26, 2019 at 12:14 PM

Cool! I have just completed the test! I’ll do the math and tell you what I discovered. I feel I should score high but one never knows until the results show. I liked the questions because they’re not the typical boring ones I was expecting. Thank you very much for putting this test together!

    Henry · November 26, 2019 at 10:24 PM

    Hi David! Good you completed the test. Let’s see how you did. 

David ben · November 26, 2019 at 12:21 PM

Nice test, Henry! I took the time to answer the questions honestly. I scored 37 points. I knew I am called out to be an entrepreneur! I have always wanted to be an entrepreneur since a young age. A few years ago, I quit my job and followed my dreams. I surely haven’t made it yet but I’ve never had a reason to regret it. Thanks a lot for this nice article. It’s a source of motivation to everyone especially those still having fears of quieting their jobs and starting their own business.

    Henry · November 26, 2019 at 10:31 PM

    Hi David! Thanks for sharing part of your interesting journey with all of us. Yes, quitting our jobs seems to be a difficult decision at first. It’s always good to be sure.

Juliet · November 26, 2019 at 12:39 PM

Thanks for this post! I saw my life flash across as I went through the 15 questions. My score was 43. I answered (b) on number 3, that showed me that I have some research to do. I also had a (b) on number 8. That is one major problem I still don’t know how to crack. How do I make things come out the way I planned it? I’ll be on the look out for your post on that. Keep up this good work! 

    Henry · November 26, 2019 at 11:30 PM

    Hi Juliet! You’ve obtained one of the highest marks, so congrats! You should be good at being an entrepreneur. Thanks for sharing those two answers with all of us. It shows you’ve answered the test being perfectly honest.

    Concerning question number 8, it’s not that entrepreneurs make things to always come out the way they plan. In fact, it’s the opposite. That despite the fact that most of the things don’t come out the way they planned, they readjust and continue to work to accomplishing their goal. Most people would stop trying after their initial plan fails. 

Irin Ahmed · November 26, 2019 at 12:51 PM

Hi Henry. Hmm, this test made me think. I liked the questions, but I was a bit surprised with the results. Don’t get me wrong, I’m OK, I’m in the middle group. But it’s that I thought I would do better. But I think this is what this test is for, to open our eyes.

Thanks.

    Henry · November 26, 2019 at 11:40 PM

    Hi Irin. Thank you for taking this test and sharing your impressions about it. I hope the results help you in becoming a better entrepreneur and accelerate your learning curve. Keep well!

Nelson dave · November 26, 2019 at 12:58 PM

Thanks Henry. I really love your article and I scored 29. I’m not the  perfect entrepreneur but you’re right, one of the things that will make us reach that success point is actually letting go certain things that might weight us down and follow our dream. The road will always look rough but we must sail through.

    Henry · November 27, 2019 at 5:37 PM

    Hi Nelson. Thanks for sharing your score with us and I’m glad you’re encouraged to follow this path. All the best.

PeterMinea · November 26, 2019 at 1:00 PM

Hello Henry!

This is an interesting and an engaging test. I am afraid I fall into its inferior part, however there are chances for people to improve. Being an entrepreneur means also being one’s own master, and sometines we are unable to “masterize” ourselves, let alone other people. Some of us are born to be able to lead others, some of us are not. For those who are not native leaders, at least they can do some work with themselves so that they gain new abilities and powers in life. Building our own business is not an overnight shortcut, instead it requires time, patience, learning&knowledge; and of course ambition and persistence. Including the overcoming of obstacles in our way, of course.

Best regards,

Peter

    Henry · November 27, 2019 at 7:40 PM

    Hi Peter. Thank you for your comment. Yes, we can always improve. As you have stated, being a leader starts by masterizing oneself first.

Shifts · November 26, 2019 at 1:01 PM

I guess I should provide my answers to each of the questions that you have asked in the test and I hope I will get it right… Okay

1) a

2) a

3) a

4) a

5) a (but I am considering getting a new phone because I want quality graphics for my website, the phone I want to get is $300 anyways :))

6) a

7) a

8) a (but some more plans are still running; anyways, I have not reached the deadline I set for them)

9) a (long time ago. Although I have been working for people; now that I am done with HND, I want to be my own boss after my service)

10) Well we don’t do meetings often (just me and my boss back then)

11) ?? Well, I am not happy about it because money should be spent wisely.

12) a (although I was the only one working with him, I do many of the difficult jobs) 

13) a

14) a

15) a

I love this 🙂

    Henry · November 27, 2019 at 7:46 PM

    Hey! Congrats! Thanks for giving us an insight into your answers. Your honest comments by the sides of some of the answers provide value for all of us too, after doing the test. Thank you.

    You were definitely born to be an entrepreneur. Keep up the hard work!

Shifts · November 26, 2019 at 1:01 PM

Wow! This test is incredible. It has left me considering the opportunities and privileges I’ve had in life up to this point. Sincerely speaking, I learnt a lot from it. I know the correct answers to these questions even though I haven’t started my website yet. But I’ll be launching it soon, around January or February next year.

BTW: Your avatar is cool!

    Henry · November 27, 2019 at 7:52 PM

    Thank you very much! I’m glad you found the test useful. All the best with the launch of your sites. You must be working on content and marketing ideas now. Preparing and building a site is exciting.

Shan · November 26, 2019 at 2:25 PM

You have created an interesting test here – I found it very thought provoking and helpful, thanks so much! The right mindset is definitely necessary for anyone considering starting any kind of business. I find this is especially true for those thinking about an online business start up since most, if not all the work associated with it, will be done from the comfort of home.

I think it’s a great idea for anyone considering entrepreneurship to go through your test and contemplate each response with seriousness and honesty. Perhaps someone who falls within the 26 to 35 point range would do well with a business partner who is more detail oriented. What are your thoughts on this? Thanks again!

    Henry · November 29, 2019 at 1:10 AM

    Hello Shan. Thanks for your comment. I agree and that’s a great advice for those that score between 26 and 35 points. A partner could teach by example and help them with the required adjustments in mindset.

drinkteahub · January 11, 2020 at 6:03 PM

Hi Henry, this is a great website full of useful and motivational information. I took the test and score 33 out of 45 so I’m nearly a natural entrepreneur but there are some things I still need to work on in order to get there. Thanks very much indeed for sharing such a helpful and insightful test

    Henry · January 11, 2020 at 7:01 PM

    Hi! Thank you very much for taking the test and congrats for heading in the right path to entrepreneurship.

    I’m glad you have found this test helpful.

Benny · January 11, 2020 at 6:06 PM

Hello! I liked this test. Some of the questions here have left me thinking. I now know which is the best answer to each question but while I was taking the test, I hadn’t figured it out. I tried to answer the test as honest as I could and now I’m surprised with the results. But still I must say, thank you very much!

    Henry · January 11, 2020 at 7:07 PM

    Hi Benny! You’re most welcome. I’m glad you answered the test honestly and please use the results to encourage you towards your goal. All the best!

Lee · January 11, 2020 at 6:06 PM

I scored 37 points in the survey. Wow, I don’t consider myself a natural entrepreneur. In fact as I reflect on the questions I am confident that I would have answered them some quite differently just 10 years ago and a whole lot differently when I was in college so I know I have grown to where I am now. I will certainly take a look at some of the business opportunties you have linked to this post. 

    Henry · January 11, 2020 at 7:10 PM

    Hi Lee! Thanks for taking the test. Congrats. Realizing you have been changing your way of thinking towards entrepreneurship is great. All the best in your businesses.

Nuttanee · January 11, 2020 at 6:11 PM

What an interesting test! I got 41 points and I have to say that this test is very accurate. It totally shows my personality. I think I do not have a successful business yet because back then I lacked experience. I’ve been going through partners, strategies and growing as a person. I have sold my shares in past businesses and now I want to start online ventures. We will see what more will come for me. Who know I might be the millionaire next door soon! lol

Cheers!

    Henry · January 11, 2020 at 7:19 PM

    Hi! That’s really nice you obtained such a high mark. You seem to be focused on the important things to become an entrepreneur. Keep up the good work!

Jennie · January 11, 2020 at 6:12 PM

Great post and the test was a great way to see if I’m really up for it. I scored high as an entrepreneur and am excited to get started. This helped me relieve some of my fears and doubts about starting my own business which has been a lifelong dream. You provided some good pointers of what is expected of an entrepreneur and how to realize whether or not you are truly meant to be one. I am happy to start off this new year with a business goal in mind and will reach it along with others throughout the year. Thanks again for the test!

    Henry · January 11, 2020 at 7:50 PM

    Hi Jennie. You’re welcome. I’m glad you liked this test and that it help you put aside your doubts and fears.

    It’s nice to hear that opening your own business has been a lifelong dream and now you’re able to pursue it! All the best!

Parveen · January 12, 2020 at 3:23 AM

Hey, I liked this test! I’ve seen all these other comments were people are proudly sharing their scores. I’m afraid I won’t share mine, I need to do some adjustments in the way I think. But still, I’m grateful you communicated to me the things I need to emend in a very kind way (and not even you know which they are, but I do). Thank you very much!

    Henry · January 12, 2020 at 7:45 PM

    Hey Parveen. This is one of the most fulfilling comments I’ve read. I’m glad this test has had this effect on you! I see you’re on the right track.

Shanta Rahman · January 22, 2020 at 10:48 AM

Thank you so much for sharing with us this article. I got 40 points, so I am not a perfect entrepreneur. However, even though I was programed to be an employee, I feel I have learnt to reprogram myself. But I still need to do adjustments.

I’m excited with this journey.

    Henry · January 22, 2020 at 4:28 PM

    Hi Shanta. Good for you. Reprogramming ourselves takes a lot of conscious effort. All the best with your business.

Edwin Bernard · January 22, 2020 at 10:49 AM

What a brilliant way to find out if being an entrepreneur is right for you. It is important to know this before stepping into something where you will end up full of frustration because it was not what you expected it to be. 

This test is a very god filter. I took it and got a score of 45. Since the a answers always applied to being an entrepreneur, someone could cheat their way to fool themselves that they want to be an entrepreneur. However, if they do they will discover Wealthy Affiliate that in a way will take them through a more difficult real time test on being an entrepreneur. This could end up being a win win  situation for all.

Love this concept.

Edwin

    Henry · January 22, 2020 at 2:34 PM

    Hi Edwin! I’m glad you enjoyed this test. Hope nobody cheats. But if they do, as you have said, real life tests may make them real entrepreneurs. All the best!

Ivan · January 22, 2020 at 10:50 AM

What an awesome quiz! I always knew that I want to be an entrepreneur, but I mever imagined my business to be online. That is, until recently. 🙂 I think that not everyone is fitted to become an entrepreneur, but I believe that anyone can become one and develop all the skills if they want it bad enough. In my opinion, desire (not a wish) is the only thing one needs, everything else comes to the person if the desire is strong enough. Thanks for sharing this post.

    Henry · January 22, 2020 at 2:37 PM

    Hi Ivan! Congrats for your online business. Yes, even those that don’t do well enough in the test but are whilling to give this opportunity their best shot may eventually become successful entrepreneurs.

shariful islam · January 22, 2020 at 10:53 AM

I like this test. I answered each one of the questions and the results show I’m good at handling my own business. When I has in high school, I though very differently from how I think now. This is a kind of progress. I have realized it doing this test. Thanks!

    Henry · January 22, 2020 at 4:38 PM

    It’s good to know that you have been changing your way of thinking to become an entrepreneur. You’ll reap the results some day.

Carol · January 22, 2020 at 10:53 AM

This post is one of the most imparting posts I have seen in a while. It is not new that Internet business is Now the order of the day around the world, but a lot of people tend to get it wrong when it comes to managing the business efficiently.

Henry, I think I fall within the 26-35 points to be honest.

This entrepreneurship test is a great one and in fact will help a lot of people to discover themselves and pick up the pieces.

    Henry · January 22, 2020 at 6:56 PM

    Hi Carol. You’re just in the middle. Good!

    You’re right, even though online businesses are so popular, there are still many that get it wrong.

    I also hope this test helps many, as you’ve said.

arzu hosan · January 22, 2020 at 10:54 AM

Thank you for this entrepreneurship test! I wanted to build my own business online and I didn’t know how. A friend told me to write an article of at least 2000 words, to practice and see if I was good for affiliate marketing. It turned out that it’s difficult. Yeah, writing content is difficult.

I was a bit discouraged. But then I came across your site and read this test. I did well on the test and my confidence has been restored.

    Henry · January 22, 2020 at 7:08 PM

    Good you took the test.

    You’re right! Creating content in affiliate marketing is difficult at first. But there is a platform were they take you by your hand step by step. You’ll be blogging like a pro if you enroll on this platform. Don’t worry, it’s free to join. To give it a try, click here.

RazvanIlie · January 22, 2020 at 10:57 AM

A very good test for entrepreneurs. I have searched on the internet for this type of tests, but this is the best I have found.

As an entrepreneur myself, I recognize we must set goals for us to work on. And stick to them! As some of the questions highlighted, persistence is key!

Thanks, again for this post. If you don’t mind, I will share this article on my social media account. Good luck!

    Henry · January 22, 2020 at 7:12 PM

    Hi! Thanks for your approval of this test. You’ve nailed it, persistence is one of the main traits that separete entrepreneurs from those that are not.

    Go ahead, share this post on social media. Thanks!

Iamlooking4answer · January 22, 2020 at 11:01 AM

You have an interesting post here. From the exercise I got 40 points. So, I am like an entrepreneur although I never thought of running my own business until I read “Rich Dad Poor Dad”. I will have to work hard on my blog too. There is a multimillionaire business in affiliate marketing waiting for us.

    Henry · January 22, 2020 at 7:16 PM

    Hi! You scored well! Congrats! It’s good to hear you’re already running your blog.

Leo · January 22, 2020 at 11:03 AM

The responsibility that comes with entrepreneurship is truly not ideal for everyone. Most people only consider the benefits of calling the shots in work life without realizing that those benefits are nothing but the resulting effects of intense dedication and an impeccable work ethic.

Now, I have to say, the above questionnaire is spot on. Aside from helping a person determine if entrepreneurship is right for him or not, I believe this is a tool that can also aid every business owners to evaluate themselves from time to time.

This is wonderful, Henry. Glad you shared.

    Henry · January 22, 2020 at 7:21 PM

    Hi Leo! You’re welcome. This may sound a bit confusing but I believe entrepreneurship is not for everybody (because down deep, most people don’t want to pay the price). But anybody that wants to become an entrepreneur (even those that don’t score so good on this test) can, if he’s whiling to pay the price of persistence.

Parameter · January 22, 2020 at 11:18 AM

This is such an informative article. Very true, not everyone can be an entrepreneur, but we all want to be entrepreneurs.

I have been a freelance writer for some while, but as I go through your post, I started see some attitudes I must leave behind.

I will start investing in myself on quarterly bases. An investment of between 50 to 100 dollars will improve my skill and save me a lot of time.

I get angry when my jobs are rejected as a freelancer, but henceforward, I will see it as a point to earn. Thank you very much

    Henry · January 22, 2020 at 7:25 PM

    Hi! Good you have already been working online as a freelance writer.

    You could also build your own business online.

Kozakiv · January 22, 2020 at 11:45 AM

I like your post and the test. I am grateful it gives us an idea if we have any chance as business men. I’d also like to share with friends and family on social media and I appreciate you have the sharing links at the end of the post! Thank you very much!

    Henry · January 22, 2020 at 7:29 PM

    Hi! I’m glad you did the test and that you also liked it!

    Yes, please share this post with them. You’re welcome!

Dave Hayes · January 31, 2020 at 11:51 AM

What an Interesting post you have written on Entrepreneurship. Its pleasing to know I am not an Employee, I left that life behind 11 years ago, because I had always wanted to work for myself

But certainly this covers the basis of Entrepreneurship, which should not be entered into lightly by any stretch of the imagination, because you are creating a JOB for yourself in the first instance, which then evolves to become turnkey after a while.

    Henry · January 31, 2020 at 12:06 PM

    Hi Dave. Thank you for stopping by. Yes, starting a journey as an entrepreneur must be done conscious of what’s ahead. I hope this test helps a few to foresee how much work is involved in entrepreneurship.

Paul · January 31, 2020 at 11:52 AM

Hi Henry,

Thanks a lot for the evaluation test. Being a full-time Affiliate Marketer and Blogger, this test means a lot to me. When I saw my results it motivated and inspired me confirming that I am travelling in the right direction.

My score is 38 and I am amazed when I read the result.

I really enjoyed the test. And it also gave me a couple of ideas to think in.

    Henry · January 31, 2020 at 12:10 PM

    Hi Paul. I’m glad to hear you liked the test and that it made you consider things in a different way. All the best in as affiliate marketer and blogger.

Lucky Thomo · January 31, 2020 at 12:46 PM

This is a very informative post, I shines a light on someone looking at starting their own businesses. I am also at a beginning stage of my own business. Looking at it at a distance or dreaming about it, it is a totally different ball game. One needs to do a lot of research before starting up.

Thanks again for the valuable information in checking inner-self of weather you are ready or not.

    Henry · January 31, 2020 at 12:57 PM

    Yes, Checking if one is prepared or not to start this journey is very important. Thank you for stopping by!

sabrinamou · February 29, 2020 at 4:27 AM

Wow, Entrepreneurship Test!

Hi! I loved this test. A portion of the inquiries here have left me thinking. I presently realize which is the best answer to each question however while I was stepping through the test, I hadn’t made sense of it. I attempted to answer the test as far as I could and now I’m shocked by the outcomes. I want to see more posts like this on your site. I want to share this article on my social media and I think many of my entrepreneur friends there will also appreciate it as much as I did. Thanks

    Henry · February 29, 2020 at 5:13 AM

    Hi! I’m glad you did the test. I hope it also encouraged you to keep on!

    Thanks for sharing on social media! I hope many of your friends take the test too!

Denton · February 29, 2020 at 4:29 AM

I really enjoyed taking this test! I scored very very high! This excites me tremendously. I’m ready to see what’s out there for me. Thank you so much for pumping me up! I’ll be heading over and looking through your ebussiness ideas!

I’m still absolutely nervous, but with your advice I feel like I could take a next step into becoming my own boss and making real money. Thank you for this article!

    Henry · February 29, 2020 at 5:29 AM

    Hi Denton! Congrats!

    I wish you the best as you start this journey.

Fluffy Duck Studios · February 29, 2020 at 4:57 AM

Hi Henry, great post. I think anyone thinking about starting a business, online or bricks and mortar, should take this entrepreneur test. It would certainly save a lot of frustration, stress and unnecessary cost.

The biggest question one needs to ask themselves is “What is my motivation” for starting a business. For most people, an online business is not a primary source of income (most of these people will have full time jobs) and the side hustle may never earn enough to become the dominant source of income. Therefore anyone starting a business on the side needs to understand that it will not likely take over from their day job and, unless they make the side hustle fun, it is unlikely they will continue investing effort in the business. This is the reality budding entrepreneurs need to prepare themselves for. Otherwise they are just setting themselves up for failure before they have even started.

    Henry · February 29, 2020 at 5:34 AM

    Hi! You’re right. You’ve just given us some really useful points concerning having success online. Everybody should evaluate their motivation. And as time goes by, after launching a site or some form of ebusiness we should be having fun while we work in order to put the work in!

Gaurav Gaur · February 29, 2020 at 5:00 AM

Hi, Henry.
Thanks for sharing the Entrepreneurship test. I straightway jumped into it with a pen & paper and it was so amusing. I just went through all the questions as true as possible. And voila, I scored 37 marks. The result bought smile on my face and it motivated me that I am on a right track. Thanks for taking time and generating this useful questionnaire.
Warm Regards,
Gaurav Gaur

    Henry · February 29, 2020 at 5:37 AM

    Hi Gaurav! Congrats for your high score. I wish you all the best with your business. You seem to be on the right track!

Lalita · February 29, 2020 at 5:07 AM

Nice test. I scored 39 points. Guess that makes me an entrepreneur. I currently work full-time so I just have the evenings and weekends. It sounds like an e-business would be best for me. I am on the internet a lot, looking to find that fit. I am certainly willing to learn but need training, especially when it comes to start an e-business. I’ll continue looking at some of your other posts and let you know how it all goes. You’ve inspired me.

    Henry · February 29, 2020 at 5:43 AM

    Hi! congrats! You have the profile of an entrepreneur.

    I’m glad you like this post. And I also think that an online business is what will suit you best.

Naksh · February 29, 2020 at 5:13 AM

Hello, This test is very useful. The questions are relevant regarding whether or not a person can become an entrepreneur. I scored 39 points and can see that I am set out to be an entrepreneur.

I liked your point about some people not being exposed to the right opportunities. Thanks for your efforts.

    Henry · February 29, 2020 at 5:49 AM

    Hi! Congrats. Being an entrepreneur involves a lot of work but it’s also fun. All the best!

Harish · February 29, 2020 at 5:18 AM

Thanks for sharing this test, I scored 36, almost born as an entrepreneur! The test makes a lot of sense to me. I liked it very much.

I have always wanted to get started as an entrepreneur but I think I’d need a mentor. Could you help me as I give my first steps?

    Henry · March 5, 2020 at 8:31 PM

    Hi! Yeah! I’d be more that happy to assist you building your online business. Follow the training suggested according to the points you obtained in the test and I’ll be mentoring you.

Fahim Shahriar Sakib · February 29, 2020 at 5:44 AM

Hey!

I liked this test very much. And It’s worth sharing. One of the things I liked most is that we can all become entrepreneurs if we willingly put the work in. But first there must be a correct attitude towards work and being useful to others. Thanks for this test!

    Henry · March 14, 2020 at 11:57 PM

    Hi Fahim! I’m glad you liked this test. And yes, a successful entrepreneur is that which can help others.

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