In general, most entrepreneurs and motivated professionals know the importance of investing in themselves — building valuable skills and improving their strengths over time. However, as economy continues to grow and unemployment levels start tapering off, the business landscape is not only becoming more competitive, but increasingly unpredictable as well. Thus, for the entrepreneur, the next logical question is crucial, which skills will be changing the game the most?
In the survey of 300 people it was highlighted that the survey shows that the 4 principal obstacles to become entrepreneur are as follows: Undercapitalization, Bureaucratic obstacle, Education system and Inadequacy of know-how. As a result, the survey highlighted that the skills needed to successfully become an entrepreneur are as follows; Leadership, Critical thinking, Communication and negotiation, Creativity and Flexibility.