This will probably be a open-ended question, considering that it might be very opinionated... But I'm curious to hear from the community here-- why do some fail at getting past the conceptual phase of their venture and others seem to be quite good at it and enjoy it? I'm especially curious about the psychology and the traits you feel make an entrepreneur successful in at the very least getting off the ground.
I know first hand that experience is a big one. Tiny successes build confidence, which make more successes. I don't think that is all there is though.