Millionaire Mindset

Because I Said I Would

Successful entrepreneurship is built on a few things. Chief among them are the novelty and demand for your offering and the reputation of your name. For SMEs, that means your brand’s name, the clout it holds, and the founder’s/CEO’s reputation. Trust is the most valuable …

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The Discipline of Not Diversifying

After experiencing some early success as an entrepreneur, I started investing in other ventures/sectors, hoping to leverage some of my newly-earned capital. It was the ‘smart’ thing to do, or so I was told. I invested in various industries, despite having little to no experience …

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Solve Problems Slowly

Entrepreneurs are inundated with challenges, surprises, and problems. It’s part of the game. And whether we acknowledge it or not, that unpredictable nature of entrepreneurship is what we love. We love building and fixing things. However, when it comes to problems, there is a recurring …

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Covid-19 And The Dangers of a Scarcity Mindset

Not to make light of this virus, which has killed thousands, is stressing many families, has canceled travel plans, halted economic activity, and is sweeping across the world without prejudice, but it’s serving as one hell of a reminder to us all just how damaging …

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Relive Your Victories

I frequently invest in startups and early-stage ventures. High risk/reward companies which often dissolve, but sometimes provide potential life-changing returns. Venture investing is most certainly a battle of attrition and requires taking swings well out of your comfort zone. Essentially, the venture/startup space is an …

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The All-In Entrepreneur

On social media, you’ll find dozens, if not hundreds, of entrepreneurial personalities proclaiming their loyalty to “the hustle.” The message is generally the same: “I hustle harder than anyone else, and that’s why I’m rich and successful. I’m all-in.” While this may be true for …

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Your Business Goes Where Your Eyes Go

I was in my early twenties and just bought a Lamborghini-orange Kawasaki Ninja 636. In my eyes, it was the coolest looking and sounding motorbike in the world. I always wanted a ‘crotch rocket,’ as they were dubbed back in the day. My dad and …

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Control Freaks Don’t Win

I must admit, I was hesitant to buy John Izzo’s book, The Five Thieves of Happiness. The last thing I wanted to read was another self-improvement book. Authors of such books rarely provide memorable philosophies or useable ideas – they’re almost always too idealistic or …

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