Spreadsheets, sales velocity, and accounting aren’t the only things you learn when you become an entrepreneur. Your business growth spills over into your personal life, including your character.
For instance, you may have learned to keep your cool when you get a return (anger management) or practiced taking pictures over and over again to perfect your photography skills (patience). How about the times you talked yourself out of listing a flawed item without calling out the flaw (moral dilemma)?
As you build your entrepreneurial chops, you also hone your character. Whenever you have the chance, do the right thing.