While most of us are sleeping, Keith Jones spends his nights driving a truck. The Charlotte, North Carolina, resident says he doesn’t mind the overnights — the dark and the quiet time help him think. But during the day when he’s at his home office filing paperwork, he says has to work in front of the window. The daylight, he says, is essential.
There’s a misconception that all entrepreneurs are extroverts — boisterous or bubbly personalities who are always the life of the party. But they’re not. And even those who are extroverted can be shy.
An inventory of never-completed projects, initiatives and objectives doesn’t get you to success. Learning to actually finish your mission is one of the best lessons you’ll learn as an entrepreneur.