Entrepreneurial Self-AssessmentFill out the questions below to assess your strengths and weaknesses based on the 9 behavioral traits of Austrian Entrepreneurs:Self-RelianceTrait: Individualism*Operating on an island, confident in yourself and in making the judgments, taking the decisions and initiating the actions that only you can do, even when others disagree.I am perfectly comfortable making decisions on my own, whatever the consequences.I'll make my own decisions if I have to, but prefer to get multiple opinions.I am only comfortable when I can get help with decisions and arrive at consensus.Trait: Grit*You strive for achievement and persevere in your efforts even when obstacles or setbacks seem severe. You adhere to your goals and pursuit of your interests.Once I have made up my mind to pursue something, nothing will stop me.I am pretty good at stick-to-it-iveness but sometimes the challenge is too difficult and I fold my cards.I am quite easily deterred or derailed by adverse events.Trait: Time Preference*You are conscious of the time that entrepreneurial development takes. You imagine the future and strive to bring it to life with present-day resources. You are willing to delay your gratification but not to abandon your achievement target.It does not matter what kind of sacrifices I have to make today, I will continue to pursue my long term goals with all my energy.I'm pretty good at being frugal today in order to achieve future goals, but I am not going to give up on an enjoyable life in the present.It's just sensible to realize that there's a strict limit to how much I will give up to achieve even my most important goals.Part 1 Score*Self-AugmentationTrait: Interconnection*The sociability to make connections, the friendliness to sustain them and the technical capacity to utilize today's platforms and tools to maximize your reach.I know that global resources of knowledge, tools, materials, and people are available for the assiduous networker.I'll collaborate with friends and close-in network resources, although I'm wary of semi-automated platforms like Alibaba and FBA.I don't feel comfortable reaching out experimentally to interconnect with people and resources I don’t know.Trait: Lifelong Learning*The curiosity to seek out new knowledge, the intellect to assess and integrate it, and the love of learning to enjoy the process.I know that speed of learning is the greatest competitive advantage and I devote considerable time to it.I learn when I can, although there seems to be a limit to the amount of time I can devote to it.I'm attracted to the stability of the classic and the tried-and-true.Trait: Leadership*The assertiveness to take the most forward position and the energetic group leadership that motivates others to follow.I know I can assemble a great team by firmly putting my stake in the ground, and attracting others to me through passion and initiative.Hiring others on to my team is difficult for me because I am not sure of my people-judgment.I sometimes feel like I have imposter syndrome - that I am under-credentialed for a position of leadership.Part 2 Score*Customer Value FacilitationTrait: Empathy*The insight to sense others' values and motivations, the empathic diagnosis to understand their needs, and the empathic diagnosis to design a value-facilitating solution.I am skilled at deducing insights from observation and analysis of others' behavior.I've learned the process for empathic insight generation, but I feel like my empathy skills need reinforcing.I often feel like I'll never understand customers and their subjective values of my offerings.Trait: Co-Creation*The belief in others to trust their judgment, the collaborative skill to mold a response, and the willingness to share ownership of a co-created outcome.I am very comfortable with the process of launching an MVP, getting feedback and changing the offering based on the feedback.I wish it weren't necessary to listen to and absorb customer criticism but I know it's part of the process.I tend to feel too much pride of authorship to be truly open and welcoming to critical customer feedback.Trait: Adaptability*No anxiety in the face of unexpectedly changing environmental factors, no vulnerability in the face of criticism and disagreement, and emotional stability in the face of business ups and downs.I don't react emotionally when things go wrong or the unexpected happens. I take it in, make adjustments, and keep moving ahead.I feel torn between incorporating the changes suggested by consumer feedback and maintaining the integrity of my initial design.I hate the experience of adversity, and I tend to hunker down rather than embrace the new knowledge it's bringing me.Part 3 Score*Your Email Address*We'll send you the full breakdown of your Entrepreneurial Self-Assessment at this email address. Your Name*EmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.