Which Self-Made Millionaire are You Most Like?

Arthur Blank I put “millionaire” in the title because I’m not sure if each one of these people are millionaires or billionaires. Either way, the question stands. Which one are you most like?

Forbes did a quick and dirty questionnaire interview with some of the top 400 wealthiest Americans. In particular, these were some of the top self made richest people in America.

The questions were these:

  1. What was your first job?
  2. What was your biggest mistake?
  3. What is more important: the idea or the execution?
  4. What is your advice to young entrepreneurs?
  5. How many hours a day do you read?
  6. What motivates you?
  7. Is there any reason to get an MBA?
  8. What can’t you live without?
  9. What is the best part about being the boss?
  10. If you could be anything else, what would it be?

The people surveyed were:

There are profiles of each of the top 400 richest Americans on Forbes too. And their profiles and answers to even more questions that what I mentioned above are there too. I’m ashamed to say that I don’t know who half these people are (hence the links).

Some of them sound like workaholics and total jerks. Some of them respond exactly as I would. Which one are you most like?

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Nate Ritter lives in the Pacific Northwest (U.S.), popularized the #hashtag and creates web applications for a living. He also does miles and point hacking to enable cheap travel for his family. More here →

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