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Can psychological factors effectively predict entrepreneurial performance? Drawing upon studies of over 700 entrepreneurial subjects in 10 different samples, Miner settles the issue: yes, they can. He identifies four kinds of people who are capable of achieving entrepreneurial success-but notes that to actually achieve success, they must follow a career route that fits their personalities. Miner's new book is thus a detailed scholarly report on an extensive 20-year research program that focuses on psychological predictors of entrepreneurial activity and success, and a carefully devised, solidly grounded theory to explain why his observations are true. He also discusses the implications for personal career development, entrepreneur selection, entrepreneurship development programs, the assessment of entrepreneurial talent, and related topics crucial not only to entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs themselves, but to their various stakeholders including those with investments in them. Part I of the book reviews the typologies used in the entrepreneurship literature and the various opinions on the value of psychological factors in predicting entrepreneurial success. It then sets forth the four-way psychological typology underpinning Miner's research and the various theoretical extensions of that typology. This section of the book closes with a chapter presenting case examples of the various types, and the ways they can achieve or fail to achieve success. Part II deals with measurement and design considerations, and with the two primary research tests of the theory-a seven-year predictive study of established entrepreneurs and a six-year predictive study of graduate business students enrolled in entrepreneurship classes. Part III reports on three studies dealing with women entrepreneurs, in contrast to men. It also describes an extensive, six-year predictive study of high-technology entrepreneurs and international research dealing with entrepreneurs in Italy, Israel, Sweden, and post-communist Poland. Part IV considers ways the typology may be used to create entrepreneurship development programs and describes a comprehensive regional development effort extending over seven years. Particular attention is given to methods of assessing entrepreneurial talent, in existing as well as in prospective entrepreneurs, not only to help select them, but also to aid in the investment decision. The book closes with predictions for the future for entrepreneurial practice and for entrepreneurship theory and research.
This book provides valuable revelations from Gods word and Personal experiences for women single or married and specifically for those preparing for marriage or desire marriage. This book will help to prepare the heart and mind of women and give them the correct guidance in order to fulfil their dream of a beautiful marriage.
You came to this book because you want and probably need success for your marriage. This is good. If success is defined as absence of conflict, this book will not provide that. If however success is defined as manageable conflict this book will work for a successful marriage. Do men really have to understand women? No, they do not. Do women have to understand men? No, they do not. In fact, the mystery is spice for the marriage. What is needed, as this book reveals, is what women need for a successful marriage. Men then will receive what they need. Many people would reject the idea of being married to a clone of themselves. People want help, mystery, excitement, relationship, sharing and so forth. Clones are good for assembly lines, but marriage is joining two different worlds with separate and different perspectives. Yet, this joining is for the better, not for the worse. The idea behind marriage is a person should be better off married than single. Richard Pyle is married with a family. He lives in USA. His Degrees: BS 1967, BSL 1973, MS 1982. He is an author of a number of books.
This widely acclaimed book has been described by History Today as a 'landmark in the study of the women's movement'. It is the only comprehensive reference work to bring together in one volume the wealth of information available on the women's movement.
Drawing on national and local archival sources, the book contains over 400 biographical entries and more than 800 entries on societies in England, Scotland and Wales. Easily accessible and rigorously cross-referenced, this invaluable resource covers not only the political developments of the campaign but provides insight into its cultural context, listing novels, plays and films.
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