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Tricky interview question(s) – Have you ever considered being an entrepreneur?

Interview question(s) that are designed to trick you. ( HAVE YOU EVER CONSIDERED BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR? )….Why do they ask this? What makes it tricky? What response are they looking for?

Why do they ask this? The interviewer is testing to see if you still have the hidden desire to run your own company, thus abandoning ship, Taylor says. “No firm wants to sense this, as they will begin to ponder whether their valuable training time and money could vanish.”

What makes it tricky? Most everyone has considered being an entrepreneur at some point in their lives, but to varying degrees. This question is tricky because you can unwittingly be lured into talking about your one-time desire to be your own boss with too much perceived enthusiasm. An employer may fear that you still hope to eventually go out on your own and consider you a flight risk.

What response are they looking for? It’s OK to tell a prospective manager that you once considered entrepreneurship or have worked as an independent contractor. It can easily be turned into a positive by saying that you’ve already experienced it or thought about it, and it’s not for you. That might be more convincing than saying, “No, I’ve never considered that.”

This is an opportunity to discuss why working in a corporate environment as part of a team is most fulfilling to you. You may also enjoy the specialized work in your field more than the operational, financial, or administrative aspects of entrepreneurship. You can further allay their fears by explaining exactly why their company appeals to you.

SOURCE: Business Insider

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