by. Scott McGlon
As an entrepreneur, everyday I treat each day as a new challenge. Knowing my options are endless (play golf, watch sports, go fishing), if I elect to get up and work, I bring my "A" game every time. So, what are some of the attributes an entrepreneur possesses vs. people who elect to work for someone else have? The following are the "special" characteristics that run through the blood of every proven entrepreneur.
Scott E McGlon is the President of McGlon Properties, LLC and the author of many blog post on MP Blog. He has been a serial entrepreneur, investor, and president of many successful start-ups since 1998.
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Scott E McGlon is the President of McGlon Properties, LLC and the author of many blog posts on MP Blog. He has been a serial entrepreneur, entrepreneur-in-residence, investor, and president/CEO of many successful start-ups since 1998.
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