There’s an entrepreneur in every successful leader.
Leaders have that restlessness that makes them constantly looking for improvements, new options, new markets, and more growth. They’re eager for change, renewal, and development and have respect but lack an interest for basic operations, reports, long intern meetings and traditional operation assignments.
It is the entrepreneur with the sense for scaling and growth that will become a successful leader.
Sense for scaling is the key phrase, since many talented entrepreneurs don’t become leaders of a company with constant growth only because they haven’t mastered the scaling. Many entrepreneurs focus on being the ‘man of the house’ and being a part in every aspect of the business; knowing all the customers and employees and to be the center of attention.