In the early days of this blog (nearly two years ago!), I wrote a post about PROFIT Magazine's National Entrepreneurship Test, which we produced while I was at the magazine back in the '90s.
The test still holds up as a fun and insightful way to test your ability to think and act in an entrepreneurial manner. But the link went dead when PROFIT's website was restructured into Canadian Business Online last year, and I can't find it on their site any more.
Fortunately, I made sure when we published the test that we let people know it was freely available for reprinting and reuse by anyone in a non-commercial, educational context. So a quick search found that the test still exists online - or at least the revised shorter version, geared to Internet attention spans with 12 questions instead of 40.
So here's to the Entrepreneurship Centre of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., which took PROFIT up on its offer and republished the test.
Find out if you have what it takes by clicking here.