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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Entrepreneurial StrengthsFinder by Jim Clifton. A tool to help mentors, coaches, investors, and entrepreneurs find, engage, and develop the unsung heroes of the global economy.
Who has the most innate talent for building and sustaining a business? How can we find these people who are so crucial to the future of the American and global economy?
What are the personality characteristics and behaviors that lead to venture fo A tool to help mentors, coaches, investors, and entrepreneurs find, engage, and develop the unsung heroes of the global economy. What are the personality characteristics and behaviors that lead to venture formation and success?
Entrepreneurial StrengthsFinder delves into the psychology of the entrepreneur. Gallup research shows that decisions and actions influenced by the personality of the entrepreneur impact the survival and growth of any venture.
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Be the first to ask a question about Entrepreneurial StrengthsFinder. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jan 31, Aaron Davis rated it it was amazing. A great quick read with lots of nice highlights on skills that you may have, how you can better them, and help you define which skills you might be lacking. Includes a nice introduction by Jim Clifton about the importance of finding and empowering youth who have these desirable entrepreneurial skills and the importance of entrepreneurs in building a strong economy.
Aug 18, Chinarut Ruangchotvit rated it really liked it. I got a lot of benefit from StrengthsFinder 2. I agree with others that the results are not so “mind blowing” as you might find Strengths Finder. At the end of the day, it took a few months for the key suggestion to really sink in – in my case, to refocus on my personal branding – turns out this hit the nail on the head and was able to monetize my personal brand I developed through Business Model I got a lot of benefit from StrengthsFinder 2.
At the end of the day, it took a few months for the key suggestion to really sink in – in my case, to refocus on my personal branding – turns out this hit the nail on the head and was able to monetize my personal brand I developed through Business Model You fairly quickly so this was a pleasant surprise.
The new format just seems a lot more sparse and less sophisticated and for those of you who know how detailed and in-depth the Strengths Finder report is, prepare to be underwhelmed.
That said, I still recommend the assessment, it came in really handy while sitting down with a career coach because I was able to validate his observations by sharing my EP10 results. I really look forward to seeing this part of Gallup expand as this part of the movement grows. Apr 04, Matt Sternisha rated it it was ok.
This book started off with a promising opening, but after the initial chapters strenhthsfinder failed to offer any tangible advice and generally only offered very cliche recommendations.
It was neat that you get the opportunity to take a self-assessment to better understand your entrepreneurial strengths, but overall it seemed more theoretical and less practical.
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I did really like the quotes and excerpts from current business leaders which exemplified each strength discussed. But again, overall it seems that This book started off with a promising opening, but after the initial chapters it failed to offer any tangible advice and generally only offered very cliche recommendations. But again, overall it seems that this book lack a certain practicality in the application of its points.
I would likely not recommend this book. Jan 14, Meredith rated it it was ok Shelves: A somewhat interesting little book. It comes with a code so you can go online and assess your strengths in 10 entrepreneurial qualities.
It then explains the pros and cons of those strengths and how best to use them to achieve your business goals.
It’s a quick read and one would easily be able to go back and re-reference the skills to see how one can improve. A good peruse for those interested in beginning and running their own businesses – not so much as to the practicalities of how to set up a A somewhat interesting little book.
A good peruse for those interested in beginning and running their own businesses – not so much as to the practicalities of how to set up a business, but how to act in order to be successful. Not really something that interests me, but sometimes I like to read books in order to find ways to improve my skill set.
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New strengths tool: Gallup’s Entrepreneurial Strengthsfinder
Overall, this book contained informal descriptions with subjective arguments for a particular paradigm. Although some terms of industrial psychology emerged, the writers used “you” statements without carefully addressing who the intended audience was. Therefore, I recommend an edited version with more APA-formality in order to minimize confusion about audience, narrative meanings, and intended points of emphasis. Jan 28, Amanda Huber rated it liked it. This book is meant for those just beginning their entrepreneur careers.
The beginning has some good content and the test at the end gives you more clarity in where your strengths are and how to use them. I will be referring back to this book now and then as strengthsfijder reminder of my strengths and what to focus on.
As other reviewers mentioned, there’s strengtjsfinder particularly mind blowing about the content. The information about the 10 Strengths was okay but there was a lack of diversity among the successful entrepreneurs they featured. It was a quick and easy read but I probably wouldn’t revisit it in the future.
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Nov 23, Beck rated it did not like it. The actual content of this book could fit on entrepteneurial front and back of a single piece of notebook paper.
Apr 06, Tony Bradshaw rated it liked it. There are some great quotes in this book, and I was surprised by the target audience: Then the second half seemed to be targeted at young professionals to get them to have the traits of an entrepreneur.
Not what I expected from this book. Sep 21, Ryan Barretto rated it really liked it. A good insight on the traits of an entrepreneur with the Strengthsfinder for Entrepreneurs. Jul 21, Jessica rated it liked it. Very interesting opening about innovators thinkers vs. I checked this book out at a library, so I didn’t have access to the online assessment. Aug 06, Sandeep Gautam rated it it was amazing.
Great opening about entrepreneurship and the economy plus the ability to systemize the skills through a framework. The rest is in the online quiz attached. A book to be referred to occasionally. Informative Easy to read and descriptions of the various types was useful.
Also enjoyed the quotes from company leaders. I recommend this book. Dec 19, H. Nov 03, Abdulrahman rated it really liked it. Simple, to the point, and easy to read. At points repetitive but still nonetheless useful. Mar 06, Julianne rated it liked it. I honestly just bought the book so I could take the test. I found the test interesting, the book entrepreneurail little less so.
I didn’t feel like this one clicked as much as the traditional StrengthsFinder.
Aug 20, Sybil rated it liked it. A short and informative book.
Dec 09, Gunhee Park rated it it was ok. Although a promising opening, the book failed to offer any tangible advice and generally only offered very cliche recommendations.
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