What kind of person is best suited to entrepreneurship? There is no easy answer to that question. In fact, research aimed at describing the traits of entrepreneurs has failed to define a single personality profile. In a comprehensive review of this topic, it is found that there is no evidence of an ideal entrepreneurial personality. Great entrepreneurs can be gregarious or low-key, analytical or intuitive, charismatic or boring, good with details or terrible, delegators or control freaks. What you need is a capacity to execute in certain key ways. It is important to note that evidence shows that entrepreneurial activities and the entrepreneurial mind-set can be learned. Describe a business person you either work with, or who owns a small business in which you are familiar with in your location. Define them as having entrepreneurship characteristics/traits which allows you to define them as having an entrepreneur mindset and behaviors.