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, April 14, e']N TAYLOR K, )n ,0000inding Your Business ea Taylor io | OWYOURSELF" oI_ Not everyone is cut out to be er-0trepreneur. For a person aptider[ng starting a business, ,n 011 0 3 the toughest questions is uI really have what it takes?" ed. ;[ently, we are asked about on personal characteristics 717"Separate the winners from the "O yey Senior Citizens Menu" April 14-20 Thursday:. Goulash, :earned Cabbage, Carrot- : aisin Salad, Plum Cobbler,  ata Muffin, Milk, Tea, Cof- e I J Friday:. Turkey & Dress- 3 Giblet Gravy, Green ta, , Whole Kernel Corn, :r('t Salad, Sugar Cookies, o/p ink, Tea, Coffee d , Monday:. Baked Ham, isl 'aCaroni & Tomatoes, the ,lish Peas, Hominy Salad, iced Peaches, Roll, Milk, a, Coffee Tuesday:. Steak & Gravy, Green Beans, Apple Pumpkin Pie, Roll, Coffee Wednesday:. Oven Fried w/Gravy, Tator Tots, Fruit Salad ipped Topping, P.B. Wheat Roll, Milk, Coffee Calendar of Events Thursday:. Games 1-3 Friday:. Games 1-3 p.m., 1994 also-rans. A lot of research has been done on this subject. However, the complexity of human per- sonality and the hundreds of exter- nal factors that affect entrepreneurial success make it difficult to draw accurate con- clusions. Successful entrepreneurs can come from backgrounds of poverty or wealth, popularity or social rejection, broken homes or close family ties. They can be old or young, regular folks or real od- dballs. Before starting a business, they may have been retired or un- employed, and ventured off in a direction entirely different from previous careers or experience. Common Success Factors One of the most common success traits of entrepreneurs is the intense desire to succeed. They want to  They work long, hard hours and maintain a high level of energy throughout the long days. They start early and are self-starters. They are doers, not talkers. Even when they worked for someone else, they had a reputation of getting the job done. This intensity is woven through every activity. They live and breathe their businesses. They are over-achievers and are reluctant to accept defeat. Per- severance is ano{her word often used in describing the typical entrepreneur. FRED DAY Musical 6 p.m. Tues- Games 1-3 p.m., Blood Clinic i p.m., Games Games 1-3 pei AN OPEN TO 00II00ROM ITS The Clarenben :tws Another common success trait seems to be restlessness. Entrepreneurs are frequently bored with repetitive tasks. They constantly seek new challenges. They love competition and seek activities that stimulate personal growth and development. The easily bored entrepreneur should not be con- fused with the person who never finishes what he or she starts. The restless entrepreneur usually finishes a task but will not be happy doing it again and again. Good Communicators Communication is a factor that weighs heavily in the success factor scale. There is no substitute for the ability to express ideas and opinions well. This is true in the political and corporate world, as well as in the small business arena. Strong communication skills also include the ability to think and lis- ten. Many entrepreneurs become successful after listening to their customers. They utilize customer input to modify business practices. These modifications to operating proce- dares bring business owners closer to the customer and place them in a better position to satisfy neexls and wants. In addition, most successful business people have a strong self- image. They feel good about who they are. They like other people and tend to get along well with a variety of friends. They tend to be independent but truly adaptable. They are often characterized as en- thusiastic and optimistic. Even when things are tough, they believe that tomorrow will be a better day. While possession of these characteristics is no guarantee of success, it can serve as an in- dicator. Any person considering the entrepreneurial challenge /.e us do your Ot/v/! CLARENDON TRANSIT Local Re$ must be scheduled 24 hours in advance IFri. 8:30 -12 & 1- 4:30 P.M. Out of Town Rides, Call for Schedules Clarendon 874-2573 Amarillo 372-2631 should carefully examine himselt or herself. An honest evaluation ot your personality, attitude and motivation will guide you in the appropriate business direction. We have profiled a number of these traits in a "just for fun" business personality test that we use in our start-up seminars at the Small Business Development Center. We call it the "Entrepreneurial Success Quotient Test'. We ask participants to answer 25 questions pertaining to the areas of personality, attitude, skills and experience. When the answers are tabulated, the would- be entrepreneur has some idea of the correlation of their personality to that of successful entrepreneurs. If you would like a copy of this quiz, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Success Quiz - e/o Don Taylor, PC Box 67, Amarillo, Texas 79105. IMPROVE YOUR LOOKS, HEALTH AND POPULARITY. PANHANDLE TRANSIT A division of Panhandle Community Services cared ae about Idds of tods We think all deserve to that. We schools that mise. So the Call Andwe Page 5 The impersonal hand of government can never replace the help- ing hand of a neighbor. --Hubert H. Humphrey QUIT SMOKING. OAmedcon Hood Associotion @ 1992, American Heart Association Hedley School Menu April S- Breakfast Monday:. No School Tuesday:. Sausage, Gravy, i Biscuits, Cereal, Juice, Milk Wednesday:. Doughnuts, Cereal, Juice, Milk Thursday:. Scrambled Eggs, Toast, Cereal, Juice, Milk Friday:. French Toast, Cereal, Juice, Milk lamch Monday: No School Tuesday:. Pizza, Corn of the Cob, Salad, Pears, Milk Wednesday:. Enchiladas, Ranch Style Beans, Salad, Pud- dMi Thursday: Meatloaf, Cream Potatoes, Green Beans, Hot Rolls, Apple Crisp, Milk Friday:. Hot Dogs, Chili & Cheese, Relish, French Fries, Pork & Beans, Brownies, Milk Clarendon School Menu April 18-22 Breakfast Monday: Toast, Oats, Juice, Milk Milk Tuesday: Pancakes, Juice, Wednesday:. Eggs, Biscuits, Juice, Milk Thursday:. Pancakes, Juice, Milk Friday: Cinnamon Roll, Juice, Milk Lunch Monday: Meat & Bean Bur- ritos, Corn, Salad, Jello, Milk Tuesday: Pig in a Blanket, French Fries, Baked Beans, Fruit, Milk Wednesday: Taco Boats w/Meat, Ranch Style Beans, Salad, Peanut Butter & Graham Crack- ers, Fruit, Milk Thursday. Salibury w/Gravy, Hot Rolls, Cream Potatoes, Green Beans, Cookie, Milk Friday: Hot Dogs w/Chili & Cheese, Tator Tots, Salad, Fruit, ;Milk APRIL 13-19, 1994 f CLARENDON, TEXAS ALL TYPES PEPSI- COLA s189 DRINKING WATER SIIUE WHOLE TOMATOES AU.SUP'S l.S LB. LOAF SANDWICH BREAD 69 EACH OR 30 MEDIUM OR 20 LARGE SHURFINE DIAPERS SAE NO 30 WT ALLSUP'S MOTOR OIL QUART .............................................. SHURRNE CRISPY RICY 13 OZ. BOX S219 WILSON TURKEY BREAST 10 OZ. PKG. S199 COOKED HAM 1 99 MADE TO ORDER BAR-B-Q BEEF SANDWICH FOR ONLY SHURFINE CUT GREEN BEANS 18 OZ. CAN SAUSAGE & BISCUIT WESTERN FAMILY IBUPRoFEN TABLETS 100 CT. S249 99 MELLO  BACON MILK 1 13AI.. = tlOMO OR 2% LAY'S00 POTATO CHIPS REGULAR 65t $ Y