You look at what the competition is doing and find a way to do it better.
You prefer to analyze things before jumping in.
You like to make bets with friends and challenge yourself to break records.
You believe in trying, failing and doing better next time.
You pay attention to others’ body language and respond to those with high energy.
You prefer to work on your own rather than with a team, and let the results speak for themselves.
You think of communication as an art. You prefer meetings and phone calls over emails.
You tell it like it is and picture yourself as the “relatable” boss whose door is always open.
A good leader is a team leader who inspires people to work together and support one another.
A leader isn’t the guy with the most ideas, but the one who can transform others’ ideas into strategy.
A leader is an idea-maker and should constantly look to learn new things.
A leader is generous and motivates people. Also, listening is an underrated skill.
You're good at managing your time. As a leader, you think delegation is key to getting things done.
You believe you get exactly what you put in and don’t hesitate to burn the midnight oil.
You’re a disciplined, by-the-book worker who keeps to-do lists to stay on track.
You believe in spiritually nourishing yourself to become more productive, and having an attitude of gratitude.
You never take shortcuts and deliver consistent quality standards in everything you do.
You are a rational thinker, but when making decisions you tend to downplay the potential pitfalls and just run with it.
You always make time for your hobbies, a healthy breakfast and your friends no matter how busy you get.
You believe the best business is one built around your passions and that personal branding is priority.