A 20-point checklist for would-be entrepreneurs

02/15/2010 | Harvard Business Review online

Do you find it hard to sit still? Does selling give you an adrenaline rush? Those are two of the 20 questions that Daniel Isenberg of Babson College suggests would-be entrepreneurs should ask themselves before they quit their day job. There is nothing on the list about wanting to get rich, Isenberg points out, because the "psychic benefits" of entrepreneurship -- such as autonomy and creativity -- are often at least as important as the financial rewards.

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