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There are three characteristics that successful entrepreneurs have in common: a desire to excel, a lifelong quest to learn and grow, and a greater sense of purpose beyond themselves. They possess these traits to a high degree, regardless of whether they display these aspects naturally or have to learn them. These characteristics drive entrepreneurs to improve their businesses through self-directed learning, peer support, and educational platforms. These efforts alone don’t necessarily lead to improvement; formal, structured peer-support groups or “mastermind groups,” as Napoleon Hill calls them, have a far greater chance of accomplishing their goals. These groups often have an executive director and require members to pay a fee as business leaders collaborate to achieve a given task. If you’re considering becoming an entrepreneur, it may be wise to adapt these practices and let them pave the way for your success. If you’re already an entrepreneur, either keep up the good work or see how you could grow by adopting these traits.