Winning entrepreneurs tend not be average. On traits as diverse as energy levels, intelligence and gut feeling the best entrepreneurs are usually off the graph. Whether in sport, culture or business being average just doesn’t cut it.
Extremes often bring with them big benefits – but sometimes also big handicaps. And working with some of the best, and most successful, brains in biotech over the last decade has highlighted to DrugBaron three particularly important character traits where extremes are definitely not associated with success.
So here, for the benefit of aspiring entrepreneurs in almost any field (and probably almost everyone else as well), are the traits where you should aspire to be average.
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The Cambridge Partnership is the only professional services company in the UK exclusively dedicated to supporting companies in the biotechnology industry. We specialize in providing a “one-stop shop” for accountancy, company secretarial, IP management and admin services. The Cambridge Partnership was founded in 2012 to fill a gap. Running a biotechnology company has little …