The 3 Types of Entrepreneurs: How to Become a Millionaire

Have you ever looked at another entrepreneur and thought, “How do they think like that?” Or sat and looked in awe at how they ran their business? All kinds of personalities exist on this planet, with each having their strengths and weaknesses.

There are three types of personality that entrepreneurs can identify. Not only will you find out which personality type is yours, but you’ll learn the strengths and weaknesses of each type. And most importantly, you’ll learn what to do to leverage these personality types into millionaire status. 

The intellectual

Expert strategists are typically intellectual entrepreneurs. These entrepreneurs are skilled at planning and strategizing. The entrepreneurial person is often captivated by spreadsheets and systems. These entrepreneurs are successful in operations, statistics, and tactics. 

What’s the down side? The downside? Intellectually-based entrepreneurs have trouble being creative and more in tune with their intuition. Their audience may feel less emotionally connected when they are more structured. 

To be an intellectual entrepreneur, one must work to develop their intuitive side. It will enable their audience to feel connected to their content, and it will let their personality shine. 

You’re most likely an intellectual entrepreneur if you lose yourself in strategy, see the patterns in events and behavior, and understand how systems and processes work in a way that leaves most people mystified.

“Because the people who are cray enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” – Steve Jobs


These are individuals who have a natural ability to connect with others. They are healers and spiritual mentors as well as other professionals who work with the mind, body and spirit. Their natural ability to connect with others is one of their greatest strengths. Their ability to understand emotions helps them make clients and their audience feel understood. Although intuitive entrepreneurs are often able to see the importance of their mission, visions, or purpose, there are some areas in which they may struggle. 

These entrepreneurs are likely to throw up a sales page for their offer and a week later, look at their screen baffled at the realization that they’ve made zero sales. Yet, they didn’t properly market their offer. 

Intuitive entrepreneurs can feel the power and magnitude of their work, but they don’t always know the best way to get it into the hand of the people who need it. For these entrepreneurs, this can prove to be very frustrating as they are aware that they could have a profound impact on people’s lives. They have difficulty understanding the processes and systems of the business in order to achieve the desired results. Sometimes, entrepreneurs like this can struggle to find the strength and determination they need in order to succeed at the more difficult parts of their businesses. 

To be successful entrepreneurs, intuitive ones must have a good understanding of marketing and systems. To ensure the founder’s mission is clear and able to launch the message successfully to get it in front of those who want to purchase, this knowledge will be essential. 

You’re most likely an intuitive entrepreneur if you feel deeply connected to your actual work and the people that you serve/what you offer the world, but you can struggle to understand the business side of things. 


These are classic hustlers: Willful entrepreneurs. These entrepreneurs are known for their perseverance, determination, and grit. These are the entrepreneurs that get back up almost as quickly as they’ve been knocked down. Although they may not be the smartest, most beautiful or most talented entrepreneurs, these are the ones who will win the most determination award. 

However, while having the will to move forward is a must on the entrepreneurial journey (if you’re going to go the distance), then you need other tools in your back pocket. An inept entrepreneur will create problems and make mistakes. If they also don’t have the intellectual side to put all of their energy and gusto into a system that can work for them, the business will not run smoothly. So while being a willful entrepreneur is to have a lot of power and momentum at your disposal, it’s also unchecked by the attributes that properly direct that energy. 

You’re most likely a willful entrepreneur if you get into the hustle and know how to make it happen. If you fall down six times and get up seven without losing much of a beat—you’re probably a willful entrepreneur. 

The Triad

The holy grail for entrepreneurship is the triad. The secret to making a million dollars is in this trio. Unstoppable is possible when you understand all the mindsets of every type of entrepreneur. In this scenario, the triad’s willfulness will carry them through the trials and tribulations (and there will be many) of owning a business. They will channel their energy, bravado and tenacity through strategies, systems and processes that enable the business to grow beyond its founder. When combining those tools with the ability to intuit and align with the right decisions for the business—that’s real power. 

It’s not any one of these things that creates a millionaire entrepreneur. It’s in cultivating all of them that you reach millionaire status.

The original article The 3 Types of Entrepreneurs – How to Become Millionaire was published on Addicted 2 Success.

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