Mitey Mite -
I think your core business personality approach adds another interesting piece to the puzzle. After all, a key component of ultimate success will be breaking into teams that will be able to work effectively and efficiently together.
BTW - I`m an ENTP and E-A-I (I`m guessing) and a HARE.
Here`s where it gets interesting. If we leap forward to a fully functioning business, success usually comes from a blending of different business personalities. E.g. – the personality of a great salesperson is likely to be different from that of a great IT person or web designer. And the personality of a great branding and marketing person is likely to be different from that of a great operations person. But you need all of them to succeed.
BUT in the development stages – conceptualizing and researching, putting together a business plan, identifying all the pieces and personnel that will be necessary – similar business personalities are (arguably) far more likely to enjoy a smooth and productive working relationship.
You may want to consider the possibility of very small teams carrying each idea forward initially, and then adding other community members at the appropriate time as each idea moves closer to fruition.
Just a thought.
Michael Zucker -
Strategic Planning, Marketing & Communications
“Helping You Over The Hurdles – Keeping You Focused On The Finish Line”