Finnnish economy is not doing well. Recently selected new parliament and our future coming new prime minister Mr. Sipilä will get his change to fix issues. He comes with enterprise background and has been a solid entrepreneur him self. Every reasonably thinker in Finland knows that it is all about new jobs and majority of the potential will be in young fast growing companies. This is of course if we wish to build a healthy economy.
Following article is something for the Prime Minister and even more to his fellow politicians to read.
The Inc. 500 entrepreneurs excel in every area identified by Gallup. But they absolutely dominate in three strengths–risk-taking, business focus, and determination–compared with the national sample. Those strengths are, not coincidentally, the ones most universally associated with business starts, survival, and scaling.
The group’s top-ranked talent is risk-taking–which will surprise nobody. After all, without risk there is no business. To launch their companies, these entrepreneurs were willing to sacrifice everything, from parents’ retirement funds to cushy executive perches. The Inc. 500 is packed with risk-takers walking away from six-figure salaries and taking on debt–often with young families in tow to sharpen the edge.
Gallup says those with a talent for risk-taking possess a highly optimistic perception of risk but are also rational decision makers who have an extraordinary ability to mitigate that risk. The assessment shows that Inc. 500 founders are more likely than other entrepreneurs to take more and bigger risks. But they are also more likely to optimize their chances for good outcomes and, consequently, rapid growth.