Undertaking your own self-employment venture can be exciting, rewarding and profitable, but it is critical that you first conclude that it is the right course of action for you – and only you can ultimately form this conclusion. Each of the assessment tools presented in this first step of the SEM has been designed to help you look at the issues of self-employment and entrepreneurship from different perspectives. This activity is an Entrepreneurial Aptitude Quiz that presents various behavioral traits that may contribute to being successful at self-employment and entrepreneurial ventures, and shows the results in a quantitative score. This score can help reinforce the conclusions you have been reaching in the prior exercises. It is important to keep in mind that there are no definitive answers. This is just a tool. It is interesting to use and interpret, but you should keep it in perspective. The ultimate choice is yours. This exercise may be performed on your own or with an experienced Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor whereby you may also discuss any questions you might have as well as exchange other pertinent ideas.
Entrepreneurial Aptitude Quiz
Answer all questions by making a check under the column that best describes you. Succeeding is very important to me. Once I set a goal, I see it through. I am self-confident. I do not like to be told what to do. I am determined. I will take a chance when I think an idea has promise. I like being in charge. I enjoy continually learning new things. When I set my mind on something, I am persistent. I am inventive. I consider the cup half full, not half empty. I don’t get tired easily when I am interested in a project. I am a risk-taker. Others have called me hardheaded. Yes Maybe No
I would like to set my own hours and working conditions.
I prefer my own way of doing things.
Self-Employment Model (SEM) Entrepreneur Aptitude Quiz Knowledge Institute
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