How awesome would it be if every budding entrepreneur was an Aries? Surely, the path to successful entrepreneurship would be so easy if your very nature seemed to embody those powerful qualities. Oh well.
Whether you are an Aries or not, there are certain traits you can develop that will help you in your quest for more money, fame and success (if you like that kind of a thing).
Too many "wantrepreneurs" get stopped in their tracks by that horrid fault that is overthinking. They think themselves out of every good idea they have, and they wonder why they never seem to get forward as quickly as they would like.
On the surface, it can look like a little caution could be good, but in reality, nothing major was created in a completely practical and safe manner. Some spontaneity does really help with progress.
Be more spontaneous. You can deal with whatever happens after the fact.
Aries are more likely to see the potential in everything. It may look like the most mundane of circumstances or even like a piece of rubbish, and they will still come up with an idea that could make great use of the circumstances.
If you want to be an entrepreneur, have a more enterprising personality and let it drive you. Do not give up at the first sign of failure. Pay attention, be open and think again about what a situation could be turned into.
3. Courage and Daring
There is no way to build a business without having a great deal of courage. It is scary to start something new. It is scary to act on dreams. It is fear-inducing to leave your comfort zone behind.
Yet, if you want the freedom that can be created in business, then you have to be daring enough to do something new. And then, you need courage to keep expanding upon it and continue to work. The Aries businessperson is blessed indeed.
OK, so most people will look at this quality and think it pretty horrid to be proud. In certain circumstances, it can be. The phrase, "Pride comes before a fall" is a very true statement.
When getting into a new venture, however, having some pride could keep you on the straight and narrow, as things will inevitably go wrong. Sometimes, it will be just your pride keeping you going because the idea of going back is out of the question. You talked a big game to the people who originally scoffed at your idea, so your pride will keep you from allowing failure to come in and ruin it all.
That sense of pride will keep you from going back to them with your tail between your legs, head bowed down. That pride will keep you pushing past impending defeat. You do realize that you cannot fail until you stop anyway, so be like an Aries and never say die.
This is another trait that most would say is bad, but you have to be somewhat selfish in order to get what you want. You could say that everything everyone does is selfish to a certain extent. Even the noblest of acts are a result of you wanting the good feelings that come with you obeying your internal value system.
Entrepreneurs need to know when it is absolutely right to be selfish in order to fulfill a calling, in order to get that business off the ground. They need to be confidently selfish rather than bowing to the whims of everyone around them.
Those businesses could make entrepreneurs a lot more available, if they so choose, to help the people in their life with their time and financial resources. Yes, it is absolutely right and necessary that you be selfish at times.
There are many more traits of an Aries that a budding or current entrepreneur may want to take on. Aries' confidence, drive, ambition and even incisiveness are traits that could place any budding empire builder in good stead. Which of the above traits could you work into your life?