Brian Cohen is a founding partner of New York Venture Partners and has been chairman of New York Angels for nearly a decade. He's met a lot of aspiring entrepreneurs and noticed a pattern that distinguishes the most successful entrepreneurs from the rest. In his experience, highly effective entrepreneurs master the following ten practices:
10 Practices of Highly Effective Entrepreneurs
Now let's translate insight into personal action:
Which few of these practices are current strengths?
How can you build on these strengths and become a master of these practices?
Which two of these practices are limiting your effectiveness today?
How can you "learn while doing" by collaborating with others who are strong in these areas?