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June 28, 2022
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Over a third of workers already consider themselves entrepreneurs

Forty percent of workers already consider themselves entrepreneurs according to The Myers-Briggs Company research report, Type and entrepreneurship, which investigates the relationship between personality and entrepreneurship in the workplace. The research suggests that entrepreneurial businesses perform better financially, and thus, creating a work environment where employees of all personality types can embrace their entrepreneurial qualities is beneficial to businesses. The report claims that people of any personality type can be successful entrepreneurs, and that knowing the unique strengths and blind spots of their individual type gives a real advantage to prospective entrepreneurs. The report also revealed that 32 percent of…
Over a third of workers already consider themselves entrepreneurs

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