Some random pondering about how different people function...
An entrepreneur necessarily exercises a great deal of creativity in making plans and finding solutions to accomplish the task at hand or achieve a desired result.
However it does not automatically follow that a creative person is going to be entrepreneurial as well. In fact many times creative types are quite inept at things the entrepreneur finds to be second nature.
A natural part of the problem solving or creative process is that we seek the path of least resistance to accomplish tasks leading us toward the goal. That is part of what problem solving is all about, finding a better, easier way to get stuff done.
So how can we learn to recognize that we don't have a particular skill set (and the wisdom to admit it and find ways to fill the gap) that might be required to bring any particular pursuit to its best result?