This means that you should be ready to commit all the energy, time, skills and responsibilities necessary for your farm to succeed. You should not be a phone farmer or one who visits the farm once in three months!
This means being committed to ensure that every task on the farm, once started is successfully completed. Many farmers start things and fail them midway.
A risk taker is somebody who assumes responsibility and makes decisions after careful consideration of what he or she is doing. In this way, your farm will grow.
Working as a team means that you are ready to listen to your farm workers and learn from them as they listen to you and learn from you. This will ensure that everyone on the farm is respected and motivated.
Being creative means you are ready to come up with new ideas for the farm and are willing to try them out. Many farms stall because owners do not create ways of adapting new ideas.
You must be able to anticipate situations. This will help you make arrangements to react to these situations in future and ahead of time. Farmers are commonly caught offside when it comes to weather and market changes for example.
You must be willing to ask and learn. Seek professional advice and learn from the others. As long as you have these characteristics, there is no reason for you farm to fail.